** He refers to this phenomenon in "Nobody Loves You When You're Down and Out"
---> Everybody loves you when you're six feet in the ground
** "Pornographic priestess" and "you let your knickers down" in "[[Music/MagicalMysteryTour I Am The Walrus]]"; the "tit tit tit tit" backing vocals in "[[Music/RubberSoul Girl]]" (not to mention the very clear reference to the inhalation of marijuana in the chorus); the drug references scattered throughout Music/TheBeatles' latter-day songs--he loved this trope. He was much more blatant in his solo career, but cases like "Tight A$" and "Meat City" still show a bit of it.
** "Pornographic priestess" and "you let
** He had probably the best vocal range of the four Beatles as he could hit most (but not all) of the top tenor parts that [=McCartney=] could (usually by screaming) and he could also reach down into the bass register, which was demonstrated on a few songs such as "Happiness is a Warm Gun". [=McCartney=] and Harrison were comfortable tenors while Starr rarely strayed out of baritone.
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