Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The Hidden Message: Hey Jude - Beatles.

Wikipedia wrote this in regards to this Beatles classic hit:

"Hey Jude" is a song by the English rock band The Beatles that was recorded in 1968. Originally titled "Hey Jules", the ballad was written by Paul McCartney—and credited to Lennon/McCartney—to comfort John Lennon's son Julian during his parents' divorce.

Oh… really? Take a closer look at the lyrics yourself….


Hey jude, dont make it bad.
Take a sad song and make it better.
Remember to let her into your heart,
Then you can start to make it better.


Hey jude, dont be afraid.
You were made to go out and get her.
THE MINUTE YOU LET HER UNDER YOUR SKIN,
THEN YOU BEGIN TO MAKE IT BETTER.


And ANYTIME YOU FEEL THE PAIN, HEY JUDE, REFRAIN,
Dont carry the world upon your shoulders.
For well you know that its a fool who plays it cool

By making his world a little colder.

Hey jude, dont let me down.
You have found her, now go and get her.
Remember to let her into your heart,
Then you can start to make it better.

So LET IT OUT AND LET IT IN,

HEY JUDE, BEGIN, YOU'RE WAITING

FOR SOMEONE TO PERFORM WITH.

And dont you know that its just you, hey jude, youll do,

THE MOVEMENT YOU NEED IS ON YOUR SHOULDER.

Hey jude, dont make it bad.
Take a sad song and make it better.
REMEMBER TO LET HER UNDER YOUR SKIN,
THEN YOULL BEGIN TO MAKE IT
BETTER BETTER BETTER BETTER BETTER BETTER, OH!


Na na na na na ,na na na, hey jude...


*** Gosh… what... a… CLIMAX…. ***

5 comments:

Sam said...

I am not sure if I can classify you as having an awfully imaginative or dirty mind yet. :P

We'll see. ;)

LadyVanity said...

XD lol this is so funny.... 2 thumbs up :DDD kakaka

Yuki Choe said...

I am just telling it as it is... is it not that obvious.... o_O

Lim Sze Wei said...

this is so so so inconspicous!

LOL! :p

Anonymous said...

It's the intent that counts. It's well known that Paul McCartney was trying to encourage both Cynthia Lennon and her son, Julian, at the time he was composing the song. John Lennon was going through an early, drug-induced mid-life crisis of sorts in 1968. He was under Yoko's spell. And he was being a selfish jerk. Paul saw all this and simply tried to make a bad situation better.

Paul wasn't being literal when he wrote the lyrics (for a commercial market) but the sentiments for Julian ("Jude") were there. Ironically, John thought Paul had written the song in reference to him.

Aside note: Paul unwisely (naively)tried to promote the new single by scrawling the title in a London storefront window (reminiscent of what the Nazis did in Germany), causing a ruckus among local Jews. He sheepishly apologized and removed it.