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Giles Martin , George's son, acquired access to the August 30th, Hollywood Bowl performance of the song and produced an excellent version of it for inclusion on the remastered release of "Live At The Hollywood Bowl" released later that year. Song Structure and Style. What we see here is probably the closest thing to a strict bar blues pattern in the entire Beatles catalog.

All of the elements of this song's structure can be considered a "verse" since they all contain the same chord pattern. The last eight measures of each verse may be considered by some as a "refrain" or "chorus," although the usual blues pattern indicates that the whole twelve measures should instead be thought of as an entire verse. There are some idiosyncrasies, though, the most mentionable being the three instrumental sections of the song.

The first verse begins in an almost identical fashion to Carl Perkins classic "Blue Suede Shoes," with its 'a cappella' introduction as well as the first two measures being six measures long, the only time in the song this occurs.

The similarities between both of these songs don't stop there. Note the similar lyrical lines: "Well, it's one for the money" becomes " Well, they took some honey. The second verse is very similar to the first, the only difference being that the first two measures are now four beats long just like the rest of the song.

This is followed by the first instrumental section featuring excellent Carl Perkins-like guitar runs as heard in the original. All of the instrumental sections function as a strict bar blues pattern, the accents of the verses dropped to allow focus on the guitar work. A third verse then follows, which is identical to the first two except for different lyrics. Then two instrumental sections are heard back-to-back, the second reaching a climactic point in the opening measures.

First of all, the first two measures are only four-beats long this time around, and second of all, Harrison imitates Perkins' rising note on the word " tree.

The result is a suitable ending to another fine Beatles album. Musically, The Beatles take the laid-back, ad-libbed rockabilly approach of the Carl Perkins classic and, while attempting to mimic the original, transform it into a tour-de-force as a fitting tribute to their idol.

George Harrison is the unmistakable showpiece of the song, with his remarkable well-rehearsed guitar work and vivacious vocal delivery. He sings as if he really is experiencing what these lyrics relate, which he may actually be since The Beatles were in their height of adulation at the time.

Lennon's comfortable choice of acoustic guitar adds a suitable warmth to the mix, which would have sounded a bit more abrasive with his Rickenbacker. McCartney's walking bass drives the song along very nicely, as does Starr's cohesive drumming. Note the playful drum fill in the final extended measures, which depict the band as "having a ball" playing the song. Although the lyrics are somewhat indecipherable at first listen such as the word " honey " in the first verse and " fifty women " in the second , the somewhat narcissistic lyrics come across as humorous and clever.

One can't help but have their tongue in their cheek while singing the song. Imagine having to deal with the problem of fifty adoring women at your door at in the morning, or spreading yourself so thin that you end up having " nineteen dates " in one evening. I would like someone to explain to me, though, how you can take some " honey from a tree " and " dress it up " to look like George Harrison.

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Featured lyrics. Perkins Well they took some honey from a tree Dressed it up and they called it me Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Well half past nine, half past four Fifty women knocking on my door Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Went out last night, I didn't stay late 'Fore I got home I had nineteen dates Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Went out last night, I didn't stay late 'Fore I got home I had nineteen dates Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Well they took some honey from a tree Dressed it up and they called it me Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now.

Feb 01,  · Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Went out last night, I didn't stay late 'Fore I got home I had nineteen dates Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now Well they took some honey from a tree Dressed it up and they called it me Everybody's trying.

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  2. Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby, now [Verse 3] Went out last night, I didn't stay late Before I got home I had nineteen dates [Chorus] Everybody's trying to be my.
  3. Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby Everybody's trying to be my baby now Submit Corrections. Thanks to Richard Reed for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): Perkins Carl Lee. A big fan of Carl Perkins, George Harrison sang lead on this song, including the band's early live shows where it was his signature song. On.
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  5. Feb 13,  · Chords: E E6 A x B7 x E E E6 E Well they took some honey from a tree Dressed it up and they called it me A Everybody's trying to be my baby E Everybody's trying to be my baby B7 A E Everybody's trying to be my baby, now E Woked up last night, half past four fifty women knocking on my door A Everybody's trying to be my.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby / I Want My Baby Back on Discogs. Label: Decca - • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Decca - • Format: Vinyl 73/5(1).
  7. A Everybody's tryin' to be my baby. E Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, B B7 E Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now. E Me and my gal sittin' in the shade, E7 talkin' 'bout the money that she has made. A And everybody's tryin' to be my baby, E everybody's tryin' to be my baby. B B7 E Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.
  8. Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby Tab by The Beatles. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.

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