Ringo Starr Lyrics


When Ringo was born on July 7, 1940 in Liverpool, his
parents, Richard Starkey and Elsie Gleave decided that
Ringo should be named after his father. But his parents’
marriage did not last and Ringo and his mother had to move
to a smaller house because of financial constraints. His
mother remarried a few years later and Harry Graves became
Ringo’s step father. It was Harry who bought Ringo his
first drum set.


In 1959, Ringo officially joined a band called Rory Storm
and the Raving Texans. It was around this time that Ringo
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Thumbs up Ringo | Reviewer: Maggie
    ------ About the song Hey Baby performed by Ringo Starr

I think Ringo really put something into this song that nobody else could. All Ringo songs are so fun and upbeat and easy to dance to. That's why I love him. Thumbs up Ringo! Peace and Love ~M*****

Usually, Ringo's not considered romantic, but.... | Reviewer: Shari
    ------ About the song I'm Yours performed by Ringo Starr

I'd say this is Ringo's sweetest, most beautiful song. I can't think of any other song that he wrote that's considered romantic. He really pours out his feelings for Barbara here.

The Moonbeam song, "Do Harry Neilsons lyrics really matter?" | Reviewer: Stephen Miles
    ------ About the song The Moonbeam Song performed by Ringo Starr

The Moonbeam song continues to put me in a ecstasy unrivaled. As I listen to the words carefully they say very little that is extraordinarily moving. Even when he describes the moonlight glinting off the fence it doesn't deter my soaring mood, that there are bits of "crap" around its bottom.
While I think that harry was a brilliant wordsmith, his extraordinary compositions, especially The Moonbeam Song in my view, stand firmly on there own.

You're Sixteen (You're Beautiful and You're Mine) | Reviewer: Dave
    ------ About the song You're 16 (You're Beautiful And You're Mine) performed by Ringo Starr

While Ringo did make a hit of this, the song was a top 10 hit back in the late 50's or early 60's, and I think you should acknowledge that. I believe that the artist may have been one of the writers, Bobby Sherman, but I can't vouch for that. In my opinion, he did it better than Ringo sang it.

Sad... | Reviewer: Haley
    ------ About the song Never Without You performed by Ringo Starr

This song is so sad! Knowing it's for George makes me cry sometimes when I hear it. It's a beautifully written song and Ringo's voice compliments the style of the song. I love how Eric Clapton plays guitar on this one too becuase he was a friend of George's...

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love love love!!! | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song You're 16 (You're Beautiful And You're Mine) performed by Ringo Starr

it's a wonderful song. No man or human being on earth will ever describe what love is at all; well, this song does.

a fabulous tuine | Reviewer: julio ortiz cerro
    ------ About the song It Don't Come Easy performed by Ringo Starr

this song really went very deep into my soul ive heard diffrent version and all are just marvelous

Great Song | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Photograph performed by Ringo Starr

Great Song. George and Ringo did a great job with this one. Ringo did this at the Tribute for George Concert and it was simply incredible.

No No I Can't Smoke it no More | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song No No Song performed by Ringo Starr

Love the tune! Can't stop singing still after 20 some years.

Teenage dreaming | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song You're 16 (You're Beautiful And You're Mine) performed by Ringo Starr

This was THE song if you were a teenager in love in the 60's. Whatever happened to the innocence that Ringo sang about???


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