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9 thoughts on “ I Want You (Shes So Heavy)

  1. I Want You (She's So Heavy) 1. Tony Joe White Polk Salad Annie Original B&W. 1. Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - "Oh Well", [email protected] Music Mash 1. Queen - Keep Yourself Alive (/74) 1.
  2. Jul 27,  · And in ‘She’s So Heavy,’ I just sang “I want you, I want you so bad, she’s so heavy, I want you,” like that.” The lyrics may have been simple but the recording process was anything but. Lennon first brought the song “I Want You” to the Beatles .
  3. I want you so bad, it's driving me mad, she's so heavy. No time for clever wordplay or imagery here, just a passionate declaration of love. Musically it's a tour de force, that still sounds super heavy nearly fifty years on. I love how it lapses into an almost Latino style beat on the solo and the last verse, it always makes me think of Santana.
  4. She's so heavy (Heavy, heavy) [Verse 2] I want you, I want you so bad I want you, I want you so bad, it's driving me mad It's driving me mad I want you, you know I want you so bad, babe.
  5. ‘I Want You (She’s So Heavy)’ was written by John Lennon and closed side one of the Abbey Road LP. A cry of love in several parts, it was recorded over a six month period between February and August The Beatles had first played the song several times in .
  6. Apr 25,  · THE BEATLES - I WANT YOU (SHE'S SO HEAVY) (Lennon/McCartney) From ABBEY ROAD album. Released 26th September .
  7. you so bad, babe I want you, I want you so ba - d It’s driving me mad, it’s driving me mad. I want you I want you so bad, babe I want you, I want you so ba - » Songs» I Want You (She's So Heavy) Tweet; I Want You (She's So Heavy) Song Author John Lennon og Paul McCartney Lyrics by: John Lennon og Paul McCartney Performer: The Beatles.
  8. American Releases. On October 1st, , the final recorded Beatles album was released in America, simply titled "Abbey Road." "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" was prominently featured as the final song of side one which was an excellent follow-up to Ringo's lovable yet sing-songy "Octopus's Garden," displaying the versatility of the group among its songwriters.
  9. In the case of "I Want You (She's So Heavy)", the intimation of an obsession upon which the mind zooms in, pushing on irresistably, way past the point of comfort, very likely toward a breaking point or beyond, aesthetically defies a successful literal musical treatment. A drawn out and extreme crescendo might be apt but it sure won't be "pretty".

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