8 thoughts on “ The Something Song ”

  1. Sep 26,  · “Something” is the first George Harrisonpenned track on Abbey Road. Hailed as one of the greatest love songs of all time by Frank Sinatra, who mistakenly introduced it .
  2. "Something" was the first Beatles song written by lead guitarist George Harrison to appear as an A-side, and the only song written by him to top the US charts while he was in the band. The single was also one of the first Beatles singles to contain tracks already available on an LP album.A-side: "Come Together".
  3. A music trope, where a band or singer names one of their songs "The (Something) Song". Normally used light-heartedly, usually because the word that the song title references comes up in the lyrics a lot. Also used occasionally in musical theatre. The Japanese equivalent is " (something) no uta".
  4. You can't rush a good thing. This phrase is certainly true when describing George Harrison composing his highly acclaimed song "Something." George had been known to take his good old sweet time when composing a song, maybe many months, something he would admit in .
  5. Say Something, I'm Giving Up On You with Lyrics By~ A Great Big World Featuring Christina Aguilera As someone who has had to move on (from the loss of a chil.
  6. Presenting the all time hit machine Mika Singh with Bella with his all time hit song 'Something Something' from the album 'Something Something' with Urvashi.
  7. Something/Anything? has a ton of loose ends throughout: plenty of studio tricks, slight songs (but no filler), snippets of dialogue, and purposely botched beginnings, but all these throwaways simply add context -- they're what makes the album into a kaleidoscopic odyssey through the mind of an insanely gifted pop music obsessive.
  8. Written and sung by George Harrison, "Something" seemed to be inspired by Harrison's wife, Pattie. When asked in by BBC presenter David Wigg if she inspired the song, Harrison dithered, saying, "Maybe Pattie, probably." Later, he claimed he did not have anyone in mind when he wrote it.

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