I Dig It I Dig It I Really Really Dig It Song

Well east coast girls are hip I really dig those styles they wear And the southern girls with the way they talk They knock me out when I’m down there The mid-west farmer’s daughters really make you feel alright And the northern girls with the way they kiss They keep their boyfriends warm at night I wish they all could be california I wish they all could be california I wish they all could. To dig dig dig dig dig dig dig is what we really like to do It ain't no trick to get rich quick If you dig dig dig with a shovel or a pick In a mine! Where a million diamonds shine! We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig from early morn till night We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig up everything in sight We dig up diamonds by the score.

Cover of the song's sheet musicbyfrom the albumReleased8 May 1970Recorded26 January 1969, LondonLength0: 51 ( Let It Be version)4:24 ( Get Back mix)8:20 (Full version)15:05 (Jam),///' Dig It' is a song by the English rock band from their 1970 album. The song is credited to ///; it is one of the few songs to be credited to all of the Beatles.

This song and the 39-second ' appear on the Let It Be album, but are excluded from the album, instead being replaced with '. ' May 1969 version of the album, then titled Get Back, had a 3:59 excerpt of 'Dig It', which was later reduced to the much shorter version in the final album. Contents.Recording Several versions were recorded during the, on 24, 26, 27, 28, and 29 January 1969, at. The 51-second version on the album is an extract taken from the 26 January version, which was a 15-minute jam that evolved from a loose ' jam. A segment of the jam session, 4 minutes and 30 seconds in length, appears in the documentary film. The participants in that session are on vocals and 6-string bass, on guitar, on piano, on drums, on maracas and at the organ; also participating in the jam, but not heard on the released version, was 's six-year-old daughter.

Eastman later became McCartney's wife.In the early part of the jam, Lennon sings the main lyric with interjections from Harrison, while Heather adds wordless vocals. As the performance winds down, Lennon exhorts the others to continue.

McCartney adds a backup vocal of 'dig it up, dig it up, dig it up' and variations, and Lennon begins to repeat ', then goes into the 'famous persons' part (mentioning 'the ', 'the ', 'the ', ', and ' then ').The excerpt on the Let It Be album fades in on Lennon's second 'Like a rolling stone' and concludes with Lennon speaking in a: 'That was 'Can You Dig It?' By, and now we'd like to do '.' The second sentence of that line is cut off in Let It Be's film recording of the jam session.

('Wee Georgie Wood' was a 4'9' performer and child star.) The interjection actually comes from the first version, recorded on the 24th. This version was much different, described by Beatles bootleg scholars Doug Suply and Ray Schweighardt as 'sounding like a cross between the traditional ' and a slowed down rendition of 's ',' as played on.' An excerpt from this version can be heard on the ' bonus disc to Let It Be.

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