And Your Bird Can Sing (track) by The Beatles
And Your Bird Can Sing appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
Revolver (this album) (1966), "Yesterday" ...and Today (compilation) (1966), The Beatles Box Set (compilation) (1988), Anthology 2 (compilation) (1996).
|THE BEATLES POSTER PAGE . 1966 GEORGE HARRISON AND YOUR BIRD CAN SING . U46
Condition: Very Good
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|The Beatles 1966 And Your Bird Can Sing Sonora Sheet Music (Scandinavia)
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Love the dual-guitar and vocal harmonies on this! One of the best on the album :)
One of John Lennon's best song from Revolver, with, I'm only sleeping, and, tomorrow never knows. Apparently the song is about Frank Sinatra who had recently made some derogatory comments about the Beatles, and I assume the title is a reference to Sinatra's daughter Nancy? Maybe, maybe not? Still it's a stunning song, one of the few rockers on the record.
Brilliant song - awesome guitar work throughout - one of their most advanced and technically challenging guitar riffs written in my opinion.
I just find this song so adorable. I think it's the harmonies when they go sing the title. I love it!
Frequently overlooked. Great melody and that unforgettable guitar duel between Harrison and McCartney.
Those harmonies are magical.
That guitar work is possibly my favourite of George's ever.
I enjoy that guitar
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