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

I have changed my mind over 5 years- this is a classic.

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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…

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

  1. Maybe my favorite guitar riff ever. The guitar, bass, and vocals are top notch. I think Lennon would have changed his mind if he would have lived…as he was prone to do.

    • John said a lot of things- I think had he lived he would have changed a lot of his views on The Beatles as time went on. He tended to say what he felt at any given moment. Great song!

    • Like many others this could have been a single to me…maybe I’m biased because I have always liked it so much… it screams what the mid sixties sounded like

    • No I didn’t see that! That is great… I wonder if it is more an album or tour? I know the brothers played with each other a few months ago

    • I would travel to see them. That’s exciting… after Dave’s stroke I thought it was over but he really worked hard to come back

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