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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by ImJustKCClone, Jun 6, 2020.
She's Leaving Home
Fixing a Hole
Drive my Car
Ticket to Ride
Just heard and found
Fool on the Hill
(that is the thing with Beatles songs, most were 3:00 or less)
Possible...but look at his body...
The two guys walking on the path look like "Hello Goodbye"
can you describe the image portion to check for a two-fer?
locations on the image for these two, please?
The White Album is amazing
Which makes it "Twist and Shout."
Fixing a hole, left side just below center
Polythene Pam. that was an error, mixed-up Abby Road B side, it is she came in through the Bathroom Window.
Carry That Weight
One I see is lower right.
So, a two-fer with Birthday?
Baby, You're a Rich Man
Baby's in Black
Any Time at All ("24/8"; two-fer with Eight Days a Week)
*for 19, 20 & 31 (these three above) - are there specific images that we can cite for these three, because you're all referencing the construction zone.
We talking Beatles as the bugs or the band? Im sure some of you are old enough to remember when the bugs came to the US
The guy yawning is "I'm So Tired".
The guy carrying the tools is "Carry that Weight"
The guy leaning against the sign is at "Penny Lane"
I don't remember them actually coming, but I DO remember them on the Ed Sullivan show. I was 9. My father complained throughout the performance about how long their hair was and how silly the lyrics were.
Ed Sullivan Feb 9, 1964 was their coming out in the U.S.
Same here, my dad hated the Beatles. Then about 5 years later I started liking Black Sabbath and Alice Cooper, suddenly the Beatles were OK.