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  1. The fifth verse of the song is: > Yellow matter custard Dripping from a dead dog's eye Crabalocker fishwife, pornographic priestess Boy, you've been a naughty girl You let your knickers down The BBC objected to two phrases in that verse: “pornogra.
  2. "I Am the Walrus" was based on Carroll's "The Walrus & The Carpenter" as Jabbatut pointed out, but was more along the lines of Carroll's "Jabberwocky" in terms of nonsense. the lyrics all have some foundation in Lennon's childhood and early adult life pre-Beatles. the lyric about the Eggman is supposedly about Eric Burdon, of fellow Brit band 4/5(24).
  3. ‘I Am The Walrus’ was a composite of three song fragments. The first part was inspired by a two-note police siren Lennon heard while at home in Weybridge. This became “Mr city policeman sitting pretty ” Hunter Davies recounted the beginnings of the second part .
  4. 「アイ・アム・ザ・ウォルラス」(I Am the Walrus)は、年11月にビートルズが発表した16枚目のオリジナル・シングル「ハロー・グッドバイ」のB面曲である。 レノン=マッカートニーの作品で、実質的にはジョン・レノンの作った楽曲である。A面: ハロー・グッドバイ.
  5. In "I Am The Walrus," Lennon was sort of playing with our minds. For those other baby-boomers who recall those times, it was crazy times, the Summer of Love, psychedelia, free love, pot, etc. etc. Kind of difficult to describe to these Gen X kids now, but it was a fun .
  6. I am the walrus 1. A phrase you say when someone references the Russian politician, Vladimir Lenin. 2.
  7. I Am the Walrus is a Beatles song credited to Lennon/McCartney that was released on the B-side track of the Hello, Goodbye single release. This fact angered Lennon as " [he] felt that it was better." It is widely regarded as The Beatles' most "outragous and psychedelic" song ever.
  8. Watch the video for I Am The Walrus from Spooky Tooth's The Last Puff for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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