249th blog … ang submarinong dilaw daw ng banditing at selfitis ni imeldific!

… banditing and selfitis …

banditing is unregistered marathon running and selfitis photo is a mental disorder daw! …. heheheh

ang humungus imeldific naman daw eh tanggap na ata ng oxford at webster citizens …

… ang banditing at selfitis tanggap naman ng mga netizens ng yahoo at globe …
kaya sakay na lang kayo sa jeep ni erap … o baka gusto nyo sa kalesa ng pinga?!?

… heto na lang ang submarinong dilaw, bow!

naglalakad akong mag-isa noong isang madaling-araw, matapos ang maghapong pag-inom ng tuba ng niyog na sa umpisa o sa umaga, ay manamisnamis at habang humahapon ay nagiging sukang maasim na nakakalasing …

at sa aking pagmumunimuni mula sa pandan hanggang kala mo lang o caramoran, sa lambong ng ulap, ako’y umawit ng isang himig …

pero ewan ko, nalimot ko ang tono na aking nilikha, pero itong si paul na gumagawa rin pala ng kanta ng mga oras na iyon sa kabilang lupalop, hindi siya nakalimot …

in 1966, Paul McCartney composed Yellow Submarine for the beatles having the lead vocals of Ringo Starr.

Intended as a nonsense song for children, “Yellow Submarine” became the title song of the 1968 animated United Artists film and the soundtrack album of the movie.

Yellow Submarine is Paul’s baby. Donovan helped with the lyrics. John helped with the lyrics too, and virtually made the track come alive in the studio, but based on Paul’s inspiration.

Paul’s idea. Paul’s title, written for Ringo. Donovan added the words, “Sky of blue and sea of green”.

McCartney also said: “It’s a happy place, that’s all. You know. We were trying to write a children’s song. That was the basic idea. And there’s nothing more to be read into it than there is in the lyrics of any children’s song.”

Also, the song peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became the most successful Beatles song to feature Ringo Starr as lead vocalist.

Alas, I also peaked by singing their songs.

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