What Beatles songs were influenced by drugs?

What Beatles songs were influenced by drugs?

Day Tripping: The 10 Druggiest Beatles Songs

  • Parlophone/Capitol. ‘Day Tripper’
  • Capitol/Parlophone. ‘Magical Mystery Tour’
  • Capitol/Parlophone. ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’
  • Capitol/Parlophone. ‘Got to Get You Into My Life’
  • Parlophone/Capitol. ‘I Am the Walrus’
  • Apple.
  • Capitol/Parlophone.
  • Capitol/Parlophone.

Are there any inappropriate Beatles songs?

The Beatles were young men having a great laugh inserting references in their songs about their many sexual and drug-related experiences.

  • 1 Please Please Me.
  • 2 I Am The Walrus.
  • 3 Happiness is a Warm Gun.
  • 4 Penny Lane.
  • 5 Why Don’t We Do It In The Road.
  • 6 With A Little Help From My Friends.
  • 7 Don’t Let Me Down.
  • 8 Polythene Pam.

Are any Beatles songs about drugs?

Many Beatles songs have apparent references to drugs. “I need a fix ’cause I’m going down” they sang in their 1968 hit “Happiness Is a Warm Gun.” The psychedelic 1967 anthem “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” is said to be about LSD.

What are the trippiest Beatles songs?

Top 10 Beatles Psychedelic Songs

  • ‘Within You Without You’
  • ‘I’m Only Sleeping’
  • ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’
  • ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’
  • ‘Only A Northern Song’
  • ‘I Am The Walrus’ From: ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ (1967)
  • ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ From: ‘Revolver’ (1966)
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What drugs did the Rolling Stones do?

Fleeing France after drug charges In typical Rolling Stones fashion, the band never stayed in one place for long. But French police caught on to them and eventually raided their home after they spent several months doing tons of heroin and other drugs in the South of France while crashing at a villa rented by Richards.

Is the song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds about drugs?

Despite these public proclamations about his drug use, John Lennon steadfastly denied that Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds was about drugs. Lennon instead consistently claimed that the song was a response to a picture painted by his almost four-year-old son Julian.

What is a finger pie in England?

The expression ‘pie’ is heard in the Midlands and North of England to describe a woman’s intimate area . You wouldn’t hear it in London and the South East. So a finger pie is when a man massages that area with his finger.

Why did the Beatles write free as a bird?

“It sounds like the bloody Beatles!” Starr reportedly enthused. But others weren’t so sure, including music writers and some fans. In the end, McCartney argued that was the principal reason for working on “Free as a Bird”: “Because John’s voice is there.” That way, he added, “we can really say it is the Beatles.

Which Beatles album is most psychedelic?

The first full-on, start to finish psychedelic Beatles album (and possibly the only one, really) is arguably Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band.

How can I contact Keith Richards?

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