The Beatles Song Of The Day: “And Your Bird Can Sing”

The Beatles Song Of The Day is “And Your Bird Can Sing.” “And Your Bird Can Sing” is on The Beatles “Revolver” album. The song was written by John Lennon. John who could be very harsh in looking back at his and The Beatles works would call this song a ‘horror’ and a ‘throwaway.” The song was influenced by Bob Dylan’s writing. The working title of the song was “You Don’t Get Me.” The song actually wasn’t all that bad. John Lennon: vocal, rhythm guitar and handclaps/ Paul McCartney: harmony vocal, bass guitar and handclaps/ George Harrison: harmony vocal, lead guitar and handclaps/Ringo Starr: drums, tambourine and handclaps. The song was recorded on April 20th and 26th,1966 at Abbey Road. Producer:George Martin.

Rating “And Your Bird Can Sing” on a scale of 1 to 5  ****

  • “And Your Bird Can Sing” was never released as a single.
  • Rolling Stone Magazine rated “And Your Bird Can Sing” at #78 on their “The Beatles 100 Greatest Songs’ list. Spignesi and Lewis has it at #22 on their ‘100 Best Beatles Songs ‘ list. I tend to agree with Rolling Stone Magazine on this one. #22? That is way too high.
  • Length of song: 2:01.

“And Your Bird Can Sing” {Lennon-McCartney}

You tell me that you’ve got everything you want
And your bird can sing
But you don’t get me, you don’t get me
You say you’ve seen Seven Wonders and your bird is green
But you can’t see me, you can’t see me
When your prized possessions start to wear you down
Look in my direction, I’ll be round, I’ll be round
When your bird is broken will it bring you down
You may be awoken, I’ll be round, I’ll be round
You tell me that you’ve heard every sound there is
And your bird can swim
But you can’t hear me, you can’t hear me
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