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Catchy but senseless lyrics, love the harpsichord...in short, great tune
I love this song, it's really underrated
One of my favourites in the white album. - malamJONES
Perfect end to the album, overshadowed by the ridiculous 'Revolution 9'
Good Night, Sleep Tight ☺ - malamJONES
I love this song but mostly the entire side 4. The build up of the songs leading to revolution 9(very frightening song by the way) and finished up with good night is great. A great way to finish up the album. Also a very catchy riff. Its as if it is prepares you for revolution 9 and good night recovers you from it. Surprised the song is so low on the list.
This is a very fun, yet unappreciated George song, with a great brass section and good guitar on George's part. This should definitely at least be in the top 10 with its fun jazz quality mixed with rock.
I love that song!
Cry Baby Cry is the song leading towards the 9 minute death pit of pure madness, "Revolution 9". The spine-tingling ending of the song works as a warning, telling listeners to proceed with caution. Baby Cry worked as a fine transition. Its experimental space out sound and gloomy piano chords combined with lyrics illustrating a story is brilliant.
This song tells a story, possibly about a mother and father who's children are ghosts
Brilliant song. List should go:
Happiness is a warm gun, while my guitar gently weeps, back in the ussr, cry baby cry, I'm so tired, yer blues, sexy sadie, everybody got something to hide, julia, dear prudence, I will, martha my dear
Mother Natures Song is one of my personal favorite from the white album because it is so dang folky and and sweet. So folky that even John Denver covered it on his album, Rocky Mountain High. It's a sweet love song to nature.
Best folk ballad of the Beatles! Great vocals by Paul, the lyrics are so sweet. It's the Best Song of the whole album!
What's wrong with you people this isn't even on the list. Because its ringo? Jeez... Great song
Ringo's second best song after With A Little Help From My Friends. It's fantastic
How is this not top five?
Hidden track between Cry Baby Cry and Revolution 9.
This does not count as a song on the album. I think if it as part of cry baby cry
Good song. I never knew it was a hidden track.
Sorry this is not a songV 2 Comments
I hope you're being sarcastic.
I don't consider this a song, Its more like art inside your ears. As a piece of art, I like it, but as a song... I don't... Its pretty scary, too.
I first heard this song running through a freezing, dark forest at 1 o'clock in the morning (a night race if you're wondering why! ). It was terrifyingly exhilarating to hear it in that setting, and the eeriness of it with stay with me forever. Incredible sound collage - a work of art.
I actually like this song quite a bit. It's weird, creepy, and overall fun to listen to!
A decent song. It definitely takes you off guard! 7/10
Funny, the end
Way better than revolution number 9!
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hoenenee paaai hoenenee paaai
*ding ding ding ding ding ding ding ding ding ding dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong dong - malamJONES
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3. Back In the U.S.S.R.
2. Dear Prudence
3. I Will
2. I'm So Tired
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