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  1. Grozahn
    About I'm Only Sleeping "I'm Only Sleeping" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their studio album Revolver. In the United States and Canada, it was one of the three tracks that Capitol Records cut from the album and instead included on Yesterday and .
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  2. Akijin
    Mar 10,  · From The Beatles "Revolver" album. The Eagles - I Can't Tell You Why/One of These Nights - Farewell Tour - - Duration: Alberto França , views.
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  3. Dijora
    The Fun Facts: The handwritten lyrics for “I’m Only Sleeping” was estimated to fetch between £, and £, Many saw / heard the song as a reflection of a drug induced reverie, but it is also a personal statement on John’s love of sleeping. Other Beatle songs about sleeping, dreaming, and being under the influence:5/5(4).
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  4. Menris
    Ted from Phoenix, Az "I'm Only Sleeping," was released in the UK on the Revolver album. However, a pseudostereo version was released in the U.S. on the Beatles Yesterday and Today album. It wasn't until the Rarities album that a full stereo version (with a slightly different guitar part at the end) was made available to the American public.
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  5. Faull
    Sep 24,  · I'm Only Sleeping Lyrics: When I wake up early in the morning / Lift my head, I'm still yawning / When I'm in the middle of a dream / Stay in bed, float up stream / .
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  6. Kajinris
    "I'm Only Sleeping" is a song by the Beatles from their studio album Revolver. It was released two months earlier in the United States on the album Yesterday And Today and did not feature on the original US version of tranbackmarroremangwealthdisjusipicra.infoinfo was written by John Lennon but, like all The Beatles' songs written by Lennon or Paul McCartney, it is credited to Lennon–McCartney.
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  7. Maumi
    “I’m Only Sleeping” is the third track of ’s Revolver, an album that ended up being a turning point in The Beatles' career as they moved on from love songs to more experimental and raw.
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  8. Goltigami
    Musicologist Walter Everett cites the inclusion of backwards guitar parts on Crosby, Stills & Nash's song "Pre-Road Downs" as an apparent "homage" to "I'm Only Sleeping". Since the release of the Beatles' music on CD in , the UK stereo version of the album has become the .
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