Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" is a nonsense song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as "the White Album"). Following the album's release, the song was issued as a single in many countries, although not in Britain or America, and topped singles charts in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland and West Germany.
Golden ring?) D Takes it back to Molly waiting at the door, A F7 A And as he gives it to her she begins to sing.
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da uke tab by The Beatles, song arranged with 5 chords (A,E,E7,D,F for the ukulele soprano. From the album The Beatles (The White Album) (1968).
It was released as a single that same year in many countries, but not in the United Kingdom, nor in the United States until 1976. The song was written, primarily by Paul McCartney, around the time that highlife and reggae were beginning to become popular in Britain.
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (White). Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (The Beatles 1967-1970).
Lyrics to "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" song by The Beatles: Desmond has a barrow in the market place Molly is the singer in a band Desmond says to Molly, "Girl . Molly stays at home and does her pretty face And in the evening she still sings it with the band. Yes, ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra La-la how their life goes on (Ha ha ha) Hey, ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra La-la how their life goes on. In a couple of years they have built A home sweet home With a couple of kids running in the yard Of Desmond and Molly Jones (Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha). Yeah, happy ever after in the market place Molly lets the children lend a hand (Foot!) Desmond stays at home and does his pretty face And in the evening she's a singer with the band
Ob la di, ob la da' was a phrase McCartney had heard from a friend called Jimmy Anonmuogharan Scott Emuakpor (known as Jimmy Scott), whom he met in the Bag O' Nails club in Soho, London. The title was said to be Urhobo for 'Life goes on', but was actually just a family phrase. I had a friend called Jimmy Scott who was a Nigerian conga player, who I used to meet in the clubs in London. He had a few expressions, one of which was, 'Ob la di ob la da, life goes on, bra'. He sounded like a philosopher to me.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: La 2a
- Matrix / Runout: La 2b
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