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   And Your Bird Can Sing
by John T. Marck

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon, he described this song as fancy paper around an empty box - but even so, it was so good a song it seemed that no one noticed. He further describes it as "another horror. " He felt it was "full of fake wisdom, of those philosophically lightweight days when it seemed as if the world could be turned on its axis by a tab of acid and a few seconds thought." Still, it is one of the best musically on the album. It features a great guitar riff, and a great Lennon vocals, although somewhat disconnected.

You say you've got everything you want,

and your bird can sing, but you don't get me,

You don't get me

You say you've seen the seven wonders,

and you bird is green, but you can't see me,

You can't see me

When your prized possessions,

start to weigh you down, look in my direction,

I'll be round,

I'll be round

When your bird is broken,

will it bring you down, you may be awoken,

I'll be round,

I'll be round

You tell me that you've heard every sound there is,

and your bird can swing

But you can't hear me,

you can't hear me

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