History Radar / TheBeatles

15th Apr '16 9:43:02 AM 3rdStringPG
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** "What do you see when you turn off the light / I can't tell you but I know it's mine." Many fans believe Ringo is referring to his willy in this line.
21st Nov '15 10:45:08 PM fireglo450
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*"It's Only Love"
---> "I get high When I see you go by," anyone?
26th Oct '15 11:44:54 AM enitharmon
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*** Or more likely the Scouse slang for a sausage roll sausage meat rolled in pastry. (see also flies' cemetery for an Eccles cake, which is currants in pastry).
13th Oct '15 8:17:37 AM Metz77
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** Paul's outright admitted that it's a love song to marijuana.



* "Being The Benefit Of Mr Kite!" mentions the Henry the Horse circus act. "Henry" and "horse" are slang words for heroin.

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* "Being The Benefit Of Mr Kite!" mentions the Henry the Horse circus act. "Henry" and "horse" are slang words for heroin.
heroine, although since the lyrics were taken almost verbatim from a circus poster and John wouldn't start taking heroin until the following year, it's unlikely this was deliberate.
4th Jun '15 1:48:24 PM AlanPalgut
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** "Boys, are you buzzing?" Possibly a reference to smoking cannabis.
7th May '15 9:57:11 AM MarkLungo
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---> So why on earth should moan?\\

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---> So why on earth should I moan?\\
7th May '15 7:27:56 AM AlanPalgut
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** Judging by the circumstances, they'll be much more moaning when you're alone with her

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** Judging by the circumstances, they'll be much more moaning when you're alone with herher.



* "You Can't Do That" features a man warning his lover that they'll be consequences if he catches her talking to her male friend again, because he thinks what she's doing is sinful

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* "You Can't Do That" features a man warning his lover that they'll be consequences if he catches her talking to her male friend again, because he thinks what she's doing is sinfulsinful.



* "The Night Before"
---> "Last night is the night I will remember you by\\
When I think of the things we did,\\
It makes me wanna cry"

'''Music/RubberSoul'''



* "The Night Before"
---> "Last night is the night I will remember you by\\
When I think of the things we did,\\
It makes me wanna cry"

'''Music/RubberSoul'''



* "Run For Your Life" is about a [[CrazyJealousGuy jealous man]] who admits that he would ''kill'' his lover if she were caught cheating. Basically, it's the plot of "You Can't Do That"

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* "Run For Your Life" is about a [[CrazyJealousGuy jealous man]] who admits that he would ''kill'' his lover if she were caught cheating. Basically, it's the plot of "You Can't Do That"
That."



* "Got To Get You Into My Life" could be interpreted as a drug addict's inner monologue

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* "Got To Get You Into My Life" could be interpreted as a drug addict's inner monologue
monologue.



* "Being The Benefit Of Mr Kite!" mentions the Henry the Horse circus act. "Henry" and "horse" are slang words for heroin

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* "Being The Benefit Of Mr Kite!" mentions the Henry the Horse circus act. "Henry" and "horse" are slang words for heroin
heroin.



* "Penny Lane" contains sexual slang ('finger pie' = fingering) a lot of people missed

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* "Penny Lane" contains sexual slang ('finger pie' = fingering) a lot of people missedmissed.



* If you listen at about 2:55 of "Hey Jude," you hear a sound from Music/JohnLennon while Music/PaulMcCartney keeps singing. You can barely hear it, but if you listen really closely, you can hear him say "Got the wrong CHORD." He says "chord" much louder than the other words. And about two or three counts later, you can hear Paul say "[[PrecisionFStrike Fucking hell.]]" To repeat: you can clearly hear Paul say "Fucking hell" during the only version of The Beatles' most popular single. According to Geoff Emerick's book, ''Here There & Everywhere'', John said, "Paul hit a clunker on the piano and said a naughty word." John was the one who insisted they keep the expletive in but bury it in the background; he got a kick out of the idea that nobody else would hear it, but "we'll know it's there." Hearing the F-word uncensored in a single in 2010 is rare. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome The Beatles pulled this off in 1968]].






* If you listen at about 2:55 of "Hey Jude," you hear a sound from Music/JohnLennon while Music/PaulMcCartney keeps singing. You can barely hear it, but if you listen really closely, you can hear him say "Got the wrong CHORD." He says "chord" much louder than the other words. And about two or three counts later, you can hear Paul say "[[PrecisionFStrike Fucking hell.]]" To repeat: you can clearly hear Paul say "Fucking hell" during the only version of The Beatles' most popular single. According to Geoff Emerick's book, ''Here There & Everywhere'', John said, "Paul hit a clunker on the piano and said a naughty word." John was the one who insisted they keep the expletive in but bury it in the background; he got a kick out of the idea that nobody else would hear it, but "we'll know it's there." Hearing the F-word uncensored in a single in 2010 is rare. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome The Beatles pulled this off in 1968]].



* "Part Two" of ''Film/{{Help}}'', once you realize that [[spoiler:she's naked]]...



* Many songs are said to be about drugs: "Got To Get You Into My Life", "Happiness is a Warm Gun" ("I need a fix..."). [=McCartney=] has claimed that, after "I Want To Hold Your Hand," anything that looked like a drug reference probably was. The exception is, ironically enough, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", which is a very long, but (except for the double entendre in "grows so incredibly high") totally non-drug-related, story.

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* Many songs are said to be about drugs: "Got To Get You Into My Life", "Happiness is a Warm Gun" ("I need a fix..."). [=McCartney=] has claimed that, after "I Want To Hold Your Hand," anything that looked like a drug reference probably was. The exception is, ironically enough, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", which is a very long, but (except for the double entendre DoubleEntendre in "grows so incredibly high") totally non-drug-related, story.
5th May '15 6:01:40 PM AlanPalgut
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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{Precision F-Strike}}s. And ''it was recorded''. '''In 1963'''.

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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{Precision F-Strike}}s.F Strike}}s. And ''it was recorded''. '''In 1963'''.
5th May '15 6:01:20 PM AlanPalgut
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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{Precision F Strike}}s. And it was recorded. In 1963.

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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{Precision F Strike}}s. F-Strike}}s. And it ''it was recorded. In 1963.recorded''. '''In 1963'''.
5th May '15 6:00:42 PM AlanPalgut
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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{PrecisionFStrike}}s. And it was recorded. In 1963.

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* The session for "One After 909" involving the {{PrecisionFStrike}}s.{{Precision F Strike}}s. And it was recorded. In 1963.
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