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Sir Paul McCartney admits that secret sweary message is hidden in Beatles hit

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Posted by Nancy R

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      Sir Paul McCartney admits that secret sweary message is hidden in Beatles hit

        The Beatles may have started a trend for putting gobbledygook in lyrics - Lionel Richie admitted that a line in the middle of his song "All night long" was pure gibberish.

          dirkmcquickly wrote:

          The Beatles may have started a trend for putting gobbledygook in lyrics - Lionel Richie admitted that a line in the middle of his song "All night long" was pure gibberish.

          Don't forget Paul's BIG BOYS CRYING and FUH YOU

            I thought it was a Portuguese word in Sun King LOL

            That was a fun song of Lionel's

            All Night Long Lionel Richie

              jimmix wrote:

              dirkmcquickly wrote:

              The Beatles may have started a trend for putting gobbledygook in lyrics - Lionel Richie admitted that a line in the middle of his song "All night long" was pure gibberish.

              Don't forget Paul's BIG BOYS CRYING and FUH YOU

              *Big Boys Bickering* and that song is blatant! No secrecy there! ūüėā

                Nancy R wrote:

                jimmix wrote:
                dirkmcquickly wrote:

                The Beatles may have started a trend for putting gobbledygook in lyrics - Lionel Richie admitted that a line in the middle of his song "All night long" was pure gibberish.

                Don't forget Paul's BIG BOYS CRYING and FUH YOU

                *Big Boys Bickering* and that song is blatant! No secrecy there! ūüėā

                That, too

                  The gibberish in "I Am The Walrus," for example, strikes me as a bit ominous and frightening, in a way along with that relentless musical part which sounds like scary military marching during wartime.  It galvinizes the listener, though; one can't be indifferent and not pay attention. Its mystery is intriguing.  Is this the song where they sound like they're saying "f------d up f-------up everybody's f-----d up" at the end-- I always found that quite interesting and intriguing. Eyebrow-raising. I've read before though that they're not really saying that. (?) It always sounded like it to me, though. 

                    SusyLuvsPaul wrote:

                    The gibberish in "I Am The Walrus," for example, strikes me as a bit ominous and frightening, in a way along with that relentless musical part which sounds like scary military marching during wartime.  It galvinizes the listener, though; one can't be indifferent and not pay attention. Its mystery is intriguing.  Is this the song where they sound like they're saying "f------d up f-------up everybody's f-----d up" at the end-- I always found that quite interesting and intriguing. Eyebrow-raising. I've read before though that they're not really saying that. (?) It always sounded like it to me, though. 

                    They are saying "Everybody's got one" and "Oompah, oompah, stick it up your jumper" (a jumper is a sweater in the U.K.) 

                    http://www.beatleslectures.com/new-blog/2018/8/12/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-i-am-the-walrus

                    Although it does sound like "Everybody smokes pot", they really are singing"Oompah, oompah, stick it up your jumper", and "Got one, got one,everybody's got one"! (This from page 127 of The Beatles Recording Sessionsby Mark Lewisohn)

                    https://groups.google.com/g/rec.music.beatles/c/ePIjgeWwfsk?pli=1

                    Click on the 1st three posts in that link. 

                      So what is the secret message?  I don't do clickbait.

                        HaileyMcComet wrote:

                        So what is the secret message?  I don't do clickbait.

                        Chicka ferdy (in Sun King) means f*#k off.