Her Majesty came in through the bathroom window, carrying that weight (she’s so heavy!) and in need of golden slumbers. Her name was Polythene Pam (she was good looking but looked like a man) and perhaps she was tired because of Maxwell’s Silver Hammer coming down on her head (bang bang) because he and mean Mr. Mustard wouldn’t give her her money. She’s only sleeping (sorry, that comes from another album) but here comes the Sun King – without whom, she’d never make it alone. Okay, that’s everything from Abbey Road’s famous medley which is not only downloadable as individual songs, but also as the entire B-side marathon. As a kid – as mentioned in my recent Beatles article for iVillage.com and in that Washington Post interview – Abbey Road meant a lot to me. How fun to share that with my own kids!
Everybody’s laughing. Henry is on bass, Maggie on vocals, Linda on drums and yours truly on guitar. They were tired by the end but the variety of music won them over. Beatles Rock Band launched with an impressive list – though incomplete – of the Beatles biggest songs. But the Beatles were more than a pop band, their albums offer a bunch of deep cuts and I’m glad to see those available for download (for most systems).
By the end of all that, the fun you’ll take from it is equal to the fun you make of it.
Now, I’m going to try to figure out if this post was clever, insufferable, insufferably clever or really, really cool. Lets make it worse – you can take me out to look at the Queen in her brand new octupus garden. She owes me a debt, but she never gives me her money! Oh well, she’s a pretty nice girl. I want to tell you that I love you a lot but I have to get a belly full of wine. Plus, I’d probably shout out something obscene. See, I’m such a mean old man – yet something in the way she moves, oh darling, makes me think I’d never do her no harm! The end.
The DLC is available now. Great family entertainment. Puns not included.