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"Hey Bulldog" is a song by The Beatles which first appeared on the Yellow Submarine soundtrack album in 1968. Written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon/McCartney), the song was recorded during the filming of the "Lady Madonna" promotional video, and is one of the few Beatles songs to revolve around a piano riff.

During the recording, Paul McCartney started to bark without warning. The next lines, initially written as "Hey Bullfrog", were changed mid-song to "Hey Bulldog". This became… read more

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  • Avatar for RoomForSymmetry
    Piano driven Beatles songs are some of my favorites. Just hammering away underneath that thick thick bass, tasty riff, and raw vocals by John. Amazing!
  • Avatar for porcelain_tree
    Listening to the song again, it's a good argument that John Lennon was rock's best vocalist.
  • Avatar for porcelain_tree
    John's vocal is stunning. And that bass ...
  • Avatar for amberh23
    I love Grohl, but to me the coolest cover of this is by Miles Kane.
  • Avatar for TuneBlendR
    Are there any other "off-the-floor" recordings on The Beatles LPs?
  • Avatar for LiamRandolph
    That ending still cracks me up, hahaha.
  • Avatar for TuneBlendR
    Wonderful live video off-the-floor recording... makes you think they did this masterpiece in the 1st take...
  • Avatar for njokmo413
    Great song... I'm glad I didn't completely disregard the YS album
  • Avatar for davidbowiegirl
    Great bass, barking and a song overall ♥♥♥
  • Avatar for MickyDolenz
    oh man the bass in this

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