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  1. Dishicage
    Honey Pie Paul, whose father led a jazz big band, always harbored an appreciation for the British music hall style, and “Honey Pie,” which he wrote, is a direct tribute to the form. At one point the staticky crackle of a 78 RPM record was added to give the song an old-time feel.
  2. Akinoktilar
    Watch the video for Sweet Honey Pie from Roky Erickson's Gremlins Have Pictures for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Faujin
    Jan 07,  · Baby Vuvu - Songs for Babies / Everbody Dance Now (Official Music Video) Preview Version - Duration: Jamster 14,, views.
  4. Gardajora
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tailor Made Cut - The Immediates on AllMusic -
  5. Milkis
    Nov 06,  · “Honey Pie” teeters on the brink. The brink of bad taste, of what is possible on a Beatles album, of what is possible on The White Album Despite Lennon’s warnings and pessimism in “Revolution 1”, people get drunk and dance the hours away at the cocktail party that is “Honey Pie”, oblivious to the clock ticking, time running out and the descending darkness that will engulf them.
  6. Grozuru
    Sweet Honey Pie Roky Erickson Album: Gremlins Have Pictures Intro: A E F# D A E F# D No bad places one has no uses for abuses A E F# not because it doesn't bring disgraces one doesn't have. Welcome Offer: 80% OFF on annual membership of Ultimate Guitar Pro Try Now. ultimate guitar com.
  7. Zuludal
    Beatles, The The Beatles [White Album] Honey pie She was a working girl North of England way Now she's hit the big time in the U.S.A. And if she could only hear me this is what I'd say Honey pie you are making me crazy I'm in love but I'm .
  8. Salmaran
    Song facts. From Wikipedia: “Honey Pie” is a song by the Beatles, from their eponymous album The Beatles, also known as “the White Album”.The song was written entirely by Paul McCartney, but is credited to Lennon–McCartney. Interpretation. The song is a direct homage to the British music hall style.

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