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This is the final track on The White Album, which was a double album released in the UK in November 1968. It's a tender ballad written by John Lennon and sung by Ringo Starr, whose voice suited the song's mood perfectly. It was completed with a lush score by Beatles producer George Martin, who also conducted the orchestra of 26 musicians. Along with the Mike Sammes Singers choral overdubs it was all consigned to the oxide particles in a late… read more

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  • Avatar for not_manu
    The placement of this song right after Revolution 9 is brilliant.
  • Avatar for Javinry
    "I can't help but feel they were inspired by the Moody Blues' "Days of Future Passed.""- So true man, I think the same" and Days Of Future Passed is a masterpiece album and a milestone too :)
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    I can't help but feel they were inspired by the Moody Blues' "Days of Future Passed."
  • Avatar for theorly64
    Una canción ideal para desear felices sueños.[2]
  • Avatar for mot00rzysta
    Julian must be proud
  • Avatar for Beanoboo
    Best outro song.
  • Avatar for Raziel-Nosgoth
    this is the song that should play right before the impending apocalypse. [2]
  • Avatar for Nettacki
    Great way to keep your mind off the batshit insanity that is Revolution 9
  • Avatar for BiIIyShears
    @SpankThru23 Are you implying Ringo appearing under your bed is a bad thing?
  • Avatar for SpankThru23
    Love this song but the end scares me, when I listen to it at night I feel like a Ringo is going to appear under my bed...

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