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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by ImJustKCClone, Jun 6, 2020.
Not finding the "yellow lorry slow" reference.
The two kids was one of our reasonable guesses.
Just to the left of the bright yellow car is a darker yellow object, looks like a truck to me. British for truck is lorry. Can't rememer the entire lyric but "yellow lorry slow, nowhere to go. But oh that magic feeling, nowhere to go"
Can you zoom on the images on the truck (lorry)? I didn't know the song, but my friends got it, and it's already on our list here.
Do we have "Helter Skelter"? ... I went thru KC's list but maybe didn't spot it.
You were the first of this group. The others on FB had it.
I thought I'd do better than I did. The first to pop out to me was "I am the walrus".
Twist and Shout
I remember seeing them getting off the plane (on tv). Then on Ed Sullivan Show. I was also 9. Got my first guitar when I was 11.
Sorry,...late to the party.
We had a color tv!(pops was part of a successful veterinary practice). Sunday night was NBC. Wonderful World of Disney, Bonanza.
However, that night, we had Ed Sullivan on. I was 7, and I didn't know what happened, but knew something BIG was happening.
Born in the sweet spot, old enough to remember all the chaos and hearing the brilliant music(mom had her kitchen radio tuned to KSTT, the QCA pop station),
I learned how to absorb the beauty surrounding all of us every day.
I struggled with that, too. Wild guess but seems too obvious -- "Let it Be"
Piling on to that theory - the bee is holding a "for rent" sign. "Let" is a synonym for "rent". I'm gonna go with it.
Now I see it, "Piggies"
Flowers with bee and for rent sign. Another word for rent is let, so "Let it Be" makes sense.
Without going back thru entire thread , I might have missed a reference — for the "Baby You're A Rich Man" -- is a song represented by the woman to the right who's holding the baby and seeming to react?
Yes. Baby's In Black.
Ah! I saw that song on the list but didn't connect it. Thanks!
At first I thought the man in the carriage might be mean Mr. Mustard (yellow something in his hand; sister Pam took him out), but then I couldn't detect a ten bob note up his nose, and it wasn't on the list.