Good Day Sunshine – Song Lyric Sunday – Laugh

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Good Day Sunshine – Song Lyric Sunday – Laugh

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Today’s prompt words are laugh, laughing, laughter. Jim Adams is our guest host, and Paula Light suggested the prompt. Thanks so much!

To join in this fun music challenge every Sunday, just click the above link. Find Paula’s excellent blog, Light Motifs, here

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Jim gave us lots of possible songs to choose from (thanks, JIm), but I kept looking for something else. I looked through a few of my favorite artists songs to see if they had laugh in the titles or words. It wasn’t easy, but I did run across this one, which did. Yay! I do like this one a lot!

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“Good Day Sunshine”, by The Beatles, was released from their album, “Revolver”, in 1966. It was written by Lennon/McCartney, and is on the Parlophone label.

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Chorus]
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

[Verse 1]
I need to laugh, and when the sun is out
I’ve got something I can laugh about
I feel good, in a special way
I’m in love and it’s a sunny day

[Chorus]
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

[Verse 2]
We take a walk, the sun is shining down
Burns my feet as they touch the ground

[Chorus]
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

[Verse 3]
And then we lie, beneath a shady tree
I love her and she’s loving me
She feels good, she knows she’s looking fine
I’m so proud to know that she is mine

Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine
Good day sunshine

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Lyrics found on Genius Lyrics

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This is my original vinyl copy of “Revolver”. It is on the Capitol label.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS

14 responses »

  1. Great pick!

    Capitol used to toy with the Parlophone originals, taking some songs off and replacing them with non-album singles, then issue the songs they dropped on other albums. I now have all the albums on mp3 (ripped from CD’s) in their original (Parlophone) format and have built playlists to reflect the Capitol albums, because those are the lineups I’m used to. I think Capitol just dropped a couple of songs from the UK “Revolver” (“Dr Robert,” “And Your Bird Can Sing” and one other) and didn’t add anything else.

    • Thanks for the added information, John! I always wondered about that Parlophone label, as I’d never really heard of it. I do see it pop up on the notes sometimes. 🙂

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