She Said, She Said (track) by The Beatles
She Said, She Said appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Revolver (track #7) (this album) (1966)
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One of the best songs of this album is placed behind "Yellow Submarine". Makes the track even better!
The great thing about this album is you can really tell which of the Beatles really liked LSD and which didn't so much. All of Lennon songs are psychedelic gems.
This one no exception
Great song, even though I find it extremely difficult to explain why it affects me so much. Is it the disturbing lyrics or the mysterious sounding melody lines? Great atmosphere, no doubt.
Idk about you guys but I really don't get this song
Nice trippy song with interesting metre shifts. You can see how this came out of an LSD-fueled party!
Inspired by an incident at a party in Los Angeles, while both high on LSD, movie star Peter Fonda kept telling John Lennon that he knew what it was like to be dead. Although appalled at the time, Lennon kept it tucked away in his mind, and used it in the lyrics to this song, which is the Beatles at their acid rock best. It has a real energy and a fizz about it and a lovely middle eight, and although it's not as great as some of Lennon's other songs on Revolver, such as, I'm only sleeping, and, tomorrow never knows, it's still an excellent track and an essential part of the Revolver experience.
Space-dementia, you don't. :) Dig out a bit and find out where John Lennon heard that phrase.
I love it. "She said, 'I know what it's like to be dead'". How do you think of that?
A song that single-handedly shows how they went from folk phase to psychedelic. Interesting, if not great.
The first time I listened to this album, I listened to this song like 15 times.
Apparently the song's actually about a he...Peter Fonda.
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