Oh! darling, I want to tell you all things must pass across the universe, any time at all. You won’t see me in my life for no one, no reply yesterday from me to you. I should have known better, girl, you’ve really got a hold on me. Let it be the long and winding road that means a lot for you blue. I need you when I get home, because I will rain within you without you while my guitar gently weeps. I’ll be back, I’ll follow the sun if I needed someone, baby it’s you. It won’t be long, long, long here, there and everywhere till there was you, flying, free as a bird, like dreamers do. P.S. I love you.▲13 | reblog | 1 week ago
That Means A Lot by The Beatles
The Beatles | That Means A Lot
(Anthology 2)▲1 | reblog | 44 plays | 2 weeks ago
this should have more notes.
OMG A WITNESS
(Source: jpgay)▲209812 | reblog | orig | 6 months ago
I'll Follow The Sun by The Beatles
I’ll Follow The Sun by The Beatles
Some day you’ll know I was the one.▲4 | reblog | 31 plays | 9 months ago
Long, Long, Long by The Beatles
Even today, The White Album, the double album that The Beatles released in the turbulence of 1968 has a particular resonance in the quality of its songwriting, never before or since would a Beatle album contain such biting social commentary or such a deluge of output in a wide variety of genres. Lost in the shuffle is the timeless “Long, Long, Long” a George Harrison number that would lay the groundwork for indie rock balladeers like Elliot Smith, an ironic result for a man whose work so often preached transcendance in spiritual form. Nevertheless, the quiet, and quite profound number that follows the chaos of “Helter Skelter” remains potent and important to this day.
The Beatles - Long, Long, Long
▲36 | reblog | 329 plays | 11 months ago
“The ‘you’ in Long, Long, Long is God. I can’t recall much about it except the chords, which I think were coming from Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands - D to E minor, A, and D - those three chords and the way they moved.” - George Harrison
“There’s a sound near the end of the song which is a bottle of Blue Nun wine rattling away on top of a Leslie speaker cabinet. It just happened. Paul hit a certain note and the bottle started vibrating. We thought it was so good that we set the mikes up and did it again. The Beatles always took advantage of accidents.” - Chris Thomas (he played the piano for this track)
This song provides a moment of calm between the rowdy Helter Skelter and the politically-infused Revolution 1. In his autobiography, I Me Mine, George described how the track’s music was inspired by the final track on Bob Dylan’s 1966 album,Blonde on Blonde.
The Beatles - Cry Baby Cry
the duke was having problems with a message at the local bird and bee▲107 | reblog | 1,541 plays | 1 year ago