The Beatles — Yellow Submarine
Album: Yellow Submarine
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beatles wth by ~FistsEchidna
The Beatles own themselves therefore are copyrighted to themselves... uh yeah
The Beatles-Yellow Submarine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6otXofKLivA
This tune wreaks of sobriety. God, I wish the Beatles weren't so fucking square.Yes,they were so square that The Rolling Stones were very good friends with and fans of The Beatles! Mick Jagger was at 4 Beatles recording sessions and Keith Richards was at 2 of them with him!Infact Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones and Marriane Faithful Mick Jagger's girlfriend at the time,were there for the recording of Yellow Submarine and sang in the backing vocals! The Beatles also did pot and LSD they wrote songs with sex and drugs messages in them too. Day Tripper is a sex and drugs song,A Day in The Life has drug messages, Girl has Paul and George singing T**t over and over in the backing vocals,Happines is A Warm Gun has sexual messages,even Penny Lane's reference to finger pies was an obscene reference that young British men said about young British women,and Paul's song Why Don't We Do it in The Road on The White Album is as overtly perveted as you can get! Before they made it big they played 8 hours a night for two years in strip clubs in sleazy Hamburg Germany wearing tight leather pants and jackets,smoking,cursing,and hitting each other on stage and going to bed with a lot of women groupies and taking speed pills to stay awake to play 8 hours a night. When their manager Brian Epstein met them he told them they had to clean up their image in order to make it. John Lennon was the most reluctant and resented this the most. But this was all just a fake created image,in their personal lives they were wild as hell! They were also thrown out of a Hotel in August 1965 because Paul was found with an underage girl but Brian Epstein made sure this didn't get into the press. John Lennon also confessed out of guilt to his first wife Cynthia,that he had been with 100's of other women! His great song Norwegian Wood is about an affair he had with a prominent woman journalist.Paul was engaged to marry beautiful British actress Jane Asher but she came home and found him in bed with another woman and left him for good! They were so square weren't they?
worst does not belong in a sentence withThe Beatles.Well said, Anne_Marie!! here, here!
worst beatles song everHow could ANYONE not like this song? too fun! (besides, you don't know what you're talking about - Revolution #9 is the clear winner for worst Beatles song ever)
worst beatles song ever
One of my favorite movies, one of my least favorite Beatles songs.At least you've got good taste. But as a child, I really loved this song -- and my Yellow Submarine Dinky toy.
This tune wreaks of sobriety. God, I wish the Beatles weren't so fucking square.In 1968, how many songs were not about love? Yeah, get over yourself and understand it context.
This tune wreaks of sobriety. God, I wish the Beatles weren't so fucking square.
ha ha! Sums up the Beatles this tripe..... Absolute, drug induced bollocks....carp! Ringo?..Stingo?...Harpo?..Crappo?....Geez, go have that stick surgically removed and lighten up. (Carp?)
It smells like...the beach.
One of my favorite movies, one of my least favorite Beatles songs.
I can't understand at all the idea of letting ringo sing now and then. Compared to beatles best material, it is hard to believe this is the same band. pure crap from a hell submarine.
Amarillo el submarino eeeees!! el submarino eeeees!! submarino eeees!!
Probably not my first choice for a Beatles song on RP, but I'm sure not going to complain.No, we'll leave that to Joe!
ha ha! Sums up the Beatles this tripe..... Absolute, drug induced bollocks....carp! Ringo?..Stingo?...Harpo?..Crappo?....whatever
Although, usually, about 8 feet behind.But he did end up marrying Catherine Bach, the hottest of the Beatles wives....
Ringo was the real genius behind this group.Amen. Although, usually, about 8 feet behind.
I think this is my two-year-old's favorite song. Probably not my first choice for a Beatles song on RP, but I'm sure not going to complain.Mine too! When he had colic as a baby, this was one of the few songs we could sing (Blackbird being the other) that would calm him down. He was really surprised to learn I didn't write it when he heard it on the radio later.
I think this is my two-year-old's favorite song. Probably not my first choice for a Beatles song on RP, but I'm sure not going to complain.
Ringo was the real genius behind this group.
Yellow submarine by ~Beyond-insane
Fanart from the film of the Yellow Submarine with the Beatles so (c) whoever made it...
vector cartoony took bloody ages, it was only meant to be a mouse control practice but i kinda like it now. lennon looks cool i think
from left to right(i think): captain, george harrison, paul mccartney, john lennon, ringo starr.
The story of the film.. i have a feeling drugs were involved in the making:
"Once upon a time - or maybe twice - there was an unearthly paradise called Pepperland....."
On a balmy day in this happy land located 80,000 leagues beneath the sea, a concert by Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is rudely interrupted by an anti-music missle attack from The Blue Meanies.
The Main Meanie, his assistant Max and their army of henchmen, Apple Bonkers, Butterfly Stompers, Snapping Turtle Turks, Jack the Nipper, the Count Down Clown and the fearsome Flying Glove turn their wrath on the peaceful Pepperland People - determined to rid the world of music, happiness and love.
Captain Fred flees the attack of missle and splotch guns as the Blue Meanies turn Pepperland into a sad and grey wasteland. At the urging of the Lord Mayor, Capt. Fred makes a last-minute escape in the Yellow Submarine to get help.
The Yellow Submarine surfaces in Liverpool, where Ringo wanders aimlessly complaining that "nothing ever happens to me". The Yellow Submarine follows Ringo to his house and Capt. Fred enlists his aid. They round up the rest of the band - John emerging from a Frankenstein monster, George appearing out of a transcedental haze and Paul coming out of a classical concert. The Beatles board the Yellow Submarine and, at Capt. Fred's dirction, sail over Britain, dive through the Thames and head to the rescue of Pepperland.
En route, they are detoured through a variety of mind-bending existences, sailing through psychedelic seas including the Sea Of Time, the Sea Of Science, Sea Of Green, Sea Of Monsters, and Sea Of Holes - and singing all the way (All Together Now, When I'm Sixy Four, Only A Northern Song, Nowhere Man, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds).
During their trip The Beatles grow young and old and are attacked by Kinky Boot Beasts and the Dreaded Vacuum Monster, which sucks them and all existence up itself and turns out the Yellow Submarine into Nowhere Land, where they meet and recruit the brilliant young physicist, classicist, botanist, essayist, satirist and artist Jeremy Hilary Boob Ph.D.
At the end of their Modyssy, in The Foothills Of The Headlands, The Beatles are blown into The Sea Of Holes, through the Sea of Gren and out into occupied Pepperland - to where they bring music and make the Meanies shrink at its very sound. The Beatles infiltrate the musical compound, don the uniforms of Sgt. Pepper bandsmen and, armed with Meanie-busting instruments, proceed to liberate life back into Pepperland through their music (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and A Little Help From My Friends).
As a vast Beates vs. Meanies battle ensues to the tune of All You Need Is Love, love overwhems and musical joy returns to Pepperland, banishing the Meanies and proving that nothing is Beatleproof.