Sometimes I wish I knew you well, Then I could speak my mind and tell you Maybe you'd understand. George then double-tracked his lead vocals, followed by a vibrant tambourine part Ian MacDonald suggesting Lennon as the performer , maracas from Ringo and an additional piano part from Paul. And, as usual, his harmony vocals are well delivered. The mystical feel of the melody accompanies the lyrics about the unknown and the soul which isn't the mind , and not being able to define what love is. It's alright, I could wait forever, I got time.
The fourth repeat of the riff brings in John on tambourine, first hitting the one-beat of the seventh measure but then violently shaking the instrument from the two-beat through the remainder of this and the next measure, joined by Paul on overdubbed bass guitar in the final two beats of the eighth measure. I want to tell you I feel hung up but I don't know why, I don't mind I could wait forever, I've got time Sometimes I wish I knew you well, Then I could speak my mind and tell you Maybe you'd understand I want to tell you I feel hung up but I don't know why, I don't mind I could wait forever, I've got time, I've got time, I've got time. I want to tell you, I feel hung up and I don't know why, I don't mind, I could wait for ever, I've got time. I'm 19 now, am very knowledgable about music, and I love how The Beatles were always doing stuff like that. The group vocal harmonies at the end of the verses were rich and swelling, Paul McCartney adding another of many notches to his career as one of the great upper-register male harmony singers in rock.
The tempo, too, had an indecisive stop-start quality, almost petering out altogether near the end of the bridge before a stuttering piano and Ringo Starr's declarative drum brought it back to life. George sang his lead vocals simultaneously with harmonies from John and Paul. I was looking back to the Earth from my awareness. Therefore, after the tape was spooled back, overdubs began. Album This song officially appears on the Official album. Highly impressed by what he heard, he sheepishly returned to his studio to continue recording, undoubtedly raving about what he just witnessed.
I want to tell you My head is filled with things to say When you're here All those words, they seem to slip away When I get near you, The games begin to drag me down It's all right I'll make you maybe next time around But if I seem to act unkind It's only me, it's not my mind That is confusing things. It did, however, provide me with an occupation. All instrumentation and vocals are panned slightly left of center while the overdubbed bass track is panned mostly to the right. Ted Nugent and Thea Gilmore are among the other artists who have covered the track. It kind of sounds like it's mostly Paul just because of the higher voice. Sometimes I wish I knew you well, So I could speak my mind and tell you, Maybe you'd understand.
This image is a cover of an audio recording, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher of the work or the artist s which produced the recording or cover artwork in question. I want to tell you, I feel hung up and I don't know why, I don't mind, I could wait for ever, I've got time. People saying the music is better because of drugs is just a naive comment. Any copyright owner who wants something removed should contact us and we will do so immediately. It's a bouncy, catchy tune, kicked off by a circular, full guitar riff typical of 1966 British mod rock.
It was key that they were still good friends at this point and this combined with the newly found ways to be creative and make music are shown on these two albums. Even though it was written by the lead guitarist, no solo is deemed necessary here. Songsterr tab archive is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow music lovers. For more details on all this please see our privacy notice. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of such covers qualifies as fair use. Adds something to a toughly romantic number.
With your help, we can build a collection of accurate tabs for every imaginable song out there. Much rehearsing was needed before recording got under way. The first of these mono mixes was the one placed on the mono pressings of the released album. Each verse has an uneven eleven-measure length and is divided among four meandering vocal phrases. I want to tell you, I feel hung up but i don't know why. I mean, you know, it could mean a lot of things.
The final measure of this verse ends with the guitar riff as usual; however George keeps repeating the riff as it fades off into the sunset. I wish their were more songs about this subject. When I get near you, The games begin to drag me down, It's alright, I'll make you maybe next time around. Drugs have less to do with it than the Beatles starting to go down different paths, reflecting the social scene of free thinking at the time. This composition had all the elements of a powerhouse pop hit, right down to the innovative recurring guitar riff. After reduction to a single track on the four-track master tape, their performance consisted of Harrison on lead guitar, treated with a Leslie effect, McCartney on piano and Ringo Starr on drums, with Lennon adding tambourine.
It is driven by bass fours and a catchy, persistent piano discord: a short, distinctive guitar melody opens and closes the song and recurs between verses. Ringo shows himself adept at the task at hand, his steady and forceful drum playing exhibits strength and confidence right down to the blistering drum fills. What we need is to lose the mind. I want to tell you, I feel hung up but i don't know why. Then I realized that it was regularly irregular, and, after that, we soon worked it out. You can withdraw this consent at any time. While this is my least favorite song on Revolver, it's still a good song.