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Author: Lewis Baxter
ISBN: 0953199517
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Pages 248 pages
Publisher Guy Woodland (August 21, 2003)
Language English
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eBook Allan Williams Is the Fool on the Hill: How the Beat Went on After His Big "Beatles" Blunder download

by Lewis Baxter


ISBN 10: 0953199517 ISBN 13: 9780953199518. Publisher: Guy Woodland, 2003.

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The Fool On The Hill". Day after day, alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to know him They can see that he's just a fool And he never gives an answer

The Fool On The Hill". Day after day, alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to know him They can see that he's just a fool And he never gives an answer. But the fool on the hill Sees the sun going down And the eyes in his head See the world spinning 'round. Well on the way, head in a cloud The man of a thousand voices talking perfectly loud But nobody ever hears him Or the sound he appears to make And he never seems to notice

Day after day, alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to. .His detractors called him a fool. Because of his giggle he wasn’t taken too seriously

Day after day, alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to know him, they can see that he's just a fool And he never gives an answer. But the fool on the hill sees the sun going down And the eyes in his head see the world spinning around. Because of his giggle he wasn’t taken too seriously. It was this idea of a fool on the hill, a guru in a cave, I was attracted to. (Many Years From Now by Barry Miles). WHO was the lead singer of fool on the Hill. The Fool on the Hill" Track Info. Written By Paul McCartney & Lennon-McCartney. Lead Vocals Paul McCartney.

His detractors called him a fool. Because of his giggle he wasn’t taken too seriously Paul then went back to his guitar and started to sing and play a very slow, beautiful song about a foolish man sitting on the hill. Paul McCartney Many Years From Now, Barry Miles. The Beatles’ 1968 authorised biography contains a lengthy passage in which writer Hunter Davies observed Lennon and McCartney as they composed With A Little Help From My Friends, at McCartney’s house in London. Paul then went back to his guitar and started to sing and play a very slow, beautiful song about a foolish man sitting on the hill. John listened to it quietly, staring blankly out of the window, almost as if he wasn’t listening.

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The Fool on the Hill" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1967 EP and album Magical Mystery Tour. The lyrics describe the titular "fool", a solitary figure who is not understood by others, but is actually wise.

Day after day Alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin Is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to know him They can see that he's just a fool And he never gives an answer. But the fool on the hill Sees the sun going down And the eyes in his head See the world spinning 'round

Day after day Alone on a hill The man with the foolish grin Is keeping perfectly still But nobody wants to know him They can see that he's just a fool And he never gives an answer. Well on the way Head in a cloud The man of a thousand voices Talking perfectly loud. But nobody ever hears him Or the sound he appears to make And he never seems to notice. But the fool on the hill Sees the sun going down And the eyes in his head See the world spinning 'round