Part 6 - Early 1966

Part 6 - Early 1966 - John says were more popular than...

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Section 2 Part 6 Early 1966 We Can Work it Out Single in the US Paul wrote 70% john wrote the rest John is glass half empty paul half full Jane ashter was the insperation George tamberine Ringo drums Paul bass lead vocal John acustic harmonium Might be about pauls relationship with jane And they are saying it might be because of miscommunication "Day Tripper" (released late '65) Johns song Day tripper was songer of the two -on charts for 8 weeks in top 40 -it was a forced composition they needed a new hit -paul bass lead vocal ringo drums george lead guitar john rhythm guitar lead vocal tamberine they sing harmony john and paul Early 1966 Song: "Paperback Writer" George marries patty boyde
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Unformatted text preview: John says were more popular than jesus right now It raised controversy in the south in the US John had to publically apologize He was trying to say dont worship the beatles Hit goes to number 1 in for two weeks It is the way the vocals build Pauls song John helped Paul on lead vocal bass Ring drums George lead guitar backup vocal John rhythm guitar backup vocal Rain Johns early psychedelic songs They played the song backwards They did it trying to find new sounds Ringo drums tamberine George lead guitar backup vocal John rhythm guitar lead vocal Paul bass backup vocal Pauls bass lines are wonderful This song is about the world at large Rain is about how nature strikes our senses...
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