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The Liverbirds

  • by Nemons
  • posted May 16, 2012
  • 24 Comments

a little something from my home city of Liverpool, a Beatles tribute


its Sgt Pigeons Lonely Hearts Club Band....I hope that you enjoy the show...coo coo ca choo


:)


ps the Liverbird is our city mascot for those that don't know

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Nemons

a little something from my home city of Liverpool, a Beatles tribute

its Sgt Pigeons Lonely Hearts Club Band....I hope that you enjoy the show...coo coo ca choo

:)

ps the Liverbird is our city mascot for those that don't know

Zwickery

This is great! Very fantastic work.

Zwickery

This is great! Very fantastic work.

YaaH
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DRO72
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haha!

L-M-N-O-P
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Oh, man. This SHOULD print.

rizkisyahril
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1 design submitted -

nice!!

dudeowl
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hoho!

soloyo
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AWE$OME

dzeri29
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$5

i dilemma

This is genius, 5, and I hope it gets printed.

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Awesome!! Damn Yoko, she broke up the flock!!

Nemons

thanks for the support guys :)

rit10

❤

Nemons

@feifumgotnn Erm no it's deffo coo coo ca choo, i'm a scouser myself so I'm in the know ;)

Nemons

@feifumgotnn Erm no it's deffo coo coo ca choo, i'm a scouser myself so I'm in the know ;)

undeadbunny

no, it's goo goo ga joob.

undeadbunny

The song is in the key of A and the instrumental introduction starts in the Lydian mode of B major.[9] Verse 1 begins with a I-â™­III-IV-I rock pattern: "I am he" (A chord)..."you are me" (C chord) "and we are all toge..." (D chord) "...ther" (A chord). Verse 2, however, involves a â™­VI-â™­VII-I Aeolian ascent: "waiting" (F chord) "for the van" (G chord) "to come" (A chord). The chorus uses a â™­III-IV-I pattern: "I am the egg-man (C chord) "they are the egg-men (D chord). "I am the walrus (E chord), "goo goo g'joob" hanging as an imperfect cadence until resolved with the I (A chord) on "Mr City Policeman."[10] At the line "Sitting in an English garden" the D# melody note (as in the instrumental introduction) establishes a Lydian mode (sharp 4th note in the scale) and this mode is emphasised more strongly with the addition of a D# note to the B chord on "If the sun don't come."[11]

krisren28
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COOL! 5$

Willdawg

love it man

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