Before "take 28" began, Paul led his bandmates through an impromptu version of the 30's Richared Rodgers and Lorenz Hart classic "Blue Moon," influenced indirectly by the Elvis Presley version from his Sun Records session that became a British Top 10 single.
Lennon's Line: This is the original song to elicit Lennon's "granny shit" put down. Pepper includes a reproduction of the actual poster.
Reply David Sunday 15 November I agree. This interesting recording includes Paul singing an elaborate trumpet solo or two, interjecting lines periodically such as "Come and get higher by the fire," which may have been inspired by Jose Feliciano's Latin-styled rendition of "Light My Fire" that had recently climbed the charts.
Uhh, and I wrote both of them, you know. Some of them do and some of them don't. Lennon's Line: Referring to his own single featuring a "lick on a fuzzy, loud guitar," John dismissed "Paperback Writer" as "son of 'Day Tripper.
So does the fact that it is a common request for wedding ceremonies. A flaw in their contracts allowed them to record outside songs for movies, a financial windfall for the studio lucky enough to make the film.