24 October 2020
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5 December 2019
The lyric “watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there” is contrasted by For No One ‘s “no sign of love behind the tears”, which happens to be a later track on Revolver . What are our thoughts? Does this seem like a coincidence or am I not reading too far into this?
very interesting take that I quite like– i never though of that before, how For No One could be a follow-up in a storyline involving HTE.
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"....When I cannot sing my heart, I can only speak my mind...."
"....This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no fooling around...."
6 November 2010
I think you’ve stumbled on something quite brilliant here, @thasboy .
HTAE: “Each one believing that love never dies”
FNO: “A love that should have lasted years”
HTAE: “I need my love to be here”
FNO: Still “you need her”, but “she no longer needs you”. Heartbreaking!
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I think it's great you're going through a phase,
and I'm awfully glad it'll all be over in a couple
26 January 2017
9 March 2017
Another way For No One comes off as the follow-up to Here, There, And Everywhere is the arrangement. On HTAE, you have lush harmonies and the progression goes up from G to Am to Bm to C but on For No One , it’s just Paul with Ringo on drums and Alan Civil on French horn and it goes down from B Gb/Bb Abm Gb E G B.
If you're reading this, you are looking for something to do.
5 November 2011