Some random thoughts | Reviewer: Lindsey | 3/2/09
I have reversed the song MYSELF just to make sure the youtube versions were not edited. They aren't. in the part where it says, "Call you but I KNOW what you would do" it says backwards, "I wish I WAS not a Beatle"
and the mumbling at the end reversed says, "Paul is dead, man. Miss him, miss him, miss him."
Just a quick analysis on these things:
In another song, Help!, the line: "I know that i just need you like..." reverses to "now he uses Marijuana"
Also in another, Glass Onion, the line, "The walrus was Paul" and reversed it was, "Paul took the wrong road"
Once again in another Beatles song, Why Don't We Do It in the Road, the line is, "Why don't we do it in the road?" and reversed it is "Paul is really dead and I really want out."
Some more disturbing ones:
In the song I am the Walrus, the line is "Sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun" and the reversed it is "Worst of all he's in the dark chills. Remember this please"
In Blue Jay Way, the line is, "Please don't be long, please don't you be very long, please don't be long or I may be asleep" reversed, this line is: "He said: 'Get Me! Get me out!' Paul is what is, Paul is Hare Krishna. It seems, Paulie is bloody... "
There are SO MANY more lyrics that suggest Paul's death, but I'll just stop there.
There are some that suggest that the "replacement Paul" wasn't as loved as the others. They say he was a fake, he was not a beatle, and other phrases.
Look them up, I've already typed enough to stretch the page for miles.
stupid GET vs. stupid GIT | Reviewer: chris | 1/2/09
well, the Liverpudlian below says otherwise, but i'm inclined to think he's wrong on that one... My thinking along these lines comes from Monty Python, contemporaries of the Beatles, who spelled the word GIT, not GET. It's an insult, the definition as follows:
rotter: a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly ... [snipped]
correction | Reviewer: sarah
Being from Liverpool, I wanted to let you know that it should be "Curse Sir Walter Raleigh, He was such a stupid GET" and not "GIT" as you've put. Not a word that is used much outside of the North, mostly Liverpool, but I think you'll agree it makes better sense and scans better too..Such a great word, full of force - ie "You stupid get" - glorious x x x