Paul McCartney — buklet Band on the Run


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BAND ON THE RUN
Stuck inside these four walls
Sent inside for ever
Never seeing no one, nice again,
Like you, mama
You, mama . . . you . . .
Thought of giving it all away
To a registered charity
All I need is a pint a day
Well the rain exploded with a mighty crash
As we fell into the sun
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I hope you’re having fun.
Band on the run; band on the run
And the jailer man, and sailor Sam,
Were searching everyone
For the band on the run . . .
Well, the undertaker drew a heavy sigh
And a bell was ringing in the village square
For the rabbits on the run,
Band on the run . . .
Well the night was falling
In the town they’re searching for us everywhere
But we never will be found
Band on the run; band on the run
And the county judge, who held a grudge
Will search for ever more,
FOR THE BAND ON THE RUN.
That time you told them that you were going to be marrying soon
Ah Mater . . . much later
Ah Mater . . . much later
Climb on the back and we’ll go for a ride in the sky
Jet
My little lady . . . yes
BLUEBIRD
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And you’ll know what love is for,
I’m a bluebird
I’m a bluebird
I’m a bluebird
Touch your lips with a magic kiss,
And you’ll be a bluebird too,
And you’ll know what love can do,
I’m a bluebird
I’m a bluebird
I’m a bluebird
Bluebird - Ah - Ha
Bluebird - Ah - Ha
Bluebird Bluebird
Fly away through the midnight air,
As we head across the sea,
And at last we will be free,
You’re a bluebird
You’re a bluebird yea – yea, yea,
You’re a bluebird
Bluebird - Ah – Ha . . .
Bluebird - Ah – Ha . . .
All alone on a desert island
We’re living in the trees,
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We’re the bluebirds
We’re the bluebirds
We’re the bluebirds
Singing Bluebird . . .
MRS VANDEBILT
Down in the jungle living in a tent
You don’t use money you don’t pay rent
You don’t ever know the time
But you don’t mind
Ho Hey Ho . . .
When your light is on the blink
You never think of worrying
What’s the use of worrying?
When your bus has left the stop
What’s the use of hurrying?
Leave me alone Mrs Vandebilt
I’ve got plenty of time of my own
What’s the use of worrying?
What’s the use of hurrying?
What’s the use of anything?
Ho Hey Ho . . .
What’s the use of worrying?
What’s the use of hurrying?
What’s the use of anything?
Ho Hey Ho . . .
When your pile is one the wane
You don’t complain of robbery
Run away don’t bother me
What’s the use of worrying?
What’s the use of anything?
Leave me alone Mrs. Washington
I’ve done plenty of time on my own
What’s the use of worrying?
What’s the use of hurrying? (no use!)
What’s the use of anything?
Ho Hey Ho . . .
You gave me loving in the palm of my hand
I can’t tell you how I feel
My heart is like a wheel
I want to tell you
And now’s the time
I want to tell you that
You’re going to be mine
I can’t tell you how I feel
My heart is like a wheel.
Mamunia Mamunia Mamunia
Mamunia Mamunia Oh Oh Oh Oh
The rain comes falling from the sky,
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And that’s where life began for you and me
So the next time you see rain it ain’t bad,
Don’t complain; it rains for you,
The next time you see L.A. rainclouds,
Don’t complain it rains for you and me
Mamunia . . .
It might have been a bright blue day
But rainclouds had to come this way
They’re watering everything that they can see.
A seed is waiting in the earth
For rain to come and give him birth
So the next time you see L.A. rainclouds
Don’t complain, it rains for you.
So lay down your umbrellas
Strip off your plastic macs.
You’ve never felt the rain my friend,
Til you’ve felt it running down your back
So the next time you see rain, it ain’t bad
Don’t complain, it rains for you.
The next time you see U. C. L. A. rainclouds
Don’t complain it rains for you and me.
Mamunia . . .
Later that evening Picasso and his
wife Jacqueline entertained friends for
dinner. Picasso was in high spirits.
“Drink to me; drink to my health,” he
urged, pouring wine into the glass of
his Cannes lawyer and friend, Armand
Antébi. “You know I can’t drink any
more”. At 11.30 he rose from the table
You want to give your love away
I’m not surprised, that your black eyes
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You say that love is everything
And what we need the most of
I wish you knew, that’s just how true
My love was.
NO WORDS FOR MY LOVE
It’s deep inside,
You mustn’t hide, your burning love
You want to turn your head away
And someone’s thinking of you
I wish you’d see, it’s only me,
I love you.
NO WORDS FOR MY LOVE
PICASSO’S LAST WORDS (DRINK TO ME)
Before he went he bade us well
And said goodnight to us all.
Drink to me, drink to my health,
You know I can’t drink any more
Drink to me, drink to my health,
You know I can’t drink any more.
But I’ll be waiting for you baby
I’ll be waiting for you there
So drink to me drink to my health
You know I can’t drink any more
Drink to me drink to my health
You know I can’t drink any more
Tempo Change
Drunken Chorus
FRENCH (tempo) Drink to me . . . Ho Hey Ho
Oh no one ever left alive in 1985, will ever do
She may be right
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‘Cos I got you
Oh my mama said the time would come when I
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I didn’t think
I never dreamed
That I would be around to see it all come true
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Oh no one ever left alive in 1985 . . .
Remastered Album

Band on the Run (5:11)


Bluebird (3:22)

Mrs Vandebilt (4:39)


Mamunia (4:51)

No Words (2:35)

Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me) (5:49)

Total Running Time 41:06
Produced by Paul McCartney
Sax Solos Howie Casey
Special Thanx to
EMI Studios (Lagos and London)
and ARC Studio Lagos and
Clive Arrowsmith, Tony Visconti, Ian and Trevor,
Gordon House and Storm Thorgerson
And Paul would like to thank Linda
and Linda would love to thank Paul
and thanx Denny
Remastered at Abbey Road Studios
Original Recording ® 1973 MPL Communications Inc
Digital Remaster ® 2010 MPL Communications Inc
under exclusive license to StarCon, LLC
Bonus Audio Tracks
Helen Wheels (3:45)

Country Dreamer (3:08)
Bluebird [from One Hand Clapping] (3:26)


Band on the Run [from One Hand Clapping] (5:13)
7.
Country Dreamer [from One Hand Clapping] (2:14)

Zoo Gang (1:59)
Total Running Time 34:19
Produced by Paul McCartney
All tracks recorded at Abbey Road Studios except Helen Wheels
recorded at EMI Studios, Lagos
All tracks recorded & mixed by Geoff Emerick except
Country Dreamer recorded & mixed by Alan Parsons
Zoo Gang recorded by Alan Parsons & mixed by Geoff Emerick
Tracks 1, 2, 9 remastered at Abbey Road Studios
Tracks 3-8 mastered at Abbey Road Studios
Helen Wheels, Country Dreamer Original Recording
® 1973 MPL Communications Inc
One Hand Clapping Original Recording ® 1974 MPL Communications Ltd
Zoo Gang Original Recording ® 1974 MPL Communications Inc
Compilation ® 2010 MPL Communications Ltd/Inc
under exclusive license to StarCon, LLC
The audio industry has seen many technical innovations since
Band
was �rst released on vinyl in 1973, the most notable
being digital recording. However, with the introduction of CD came
two advances, “de-noising” and “peak limiting” which have become
increasingly unpopular within certain areas of the music industry and
amongst audiophiles.
De-noising was introduced to remove the inherent sound, or hiss,
associated with analogue tape. The amount of processing used to
remove tape noise can be varied, but when used excessively, many
believe that it also has a detrimental effect on elements of the musi
cal sound.
Peak limiting is a process that increases the loudness of music. It is
achieved by holding the loudest peaks down and raising the overall
level of the music. Much depends on the amount of limiting applied,
but at its most extreme the result can be a serious reduction in the
dynamic range and often audible distortion.
The release of The Beatles’ remasters in 2009 saw a marked change
in attitudes towards these issues, where both noise reduction and
limiting were used sparingly with the aim of representing the master
tapes more accurately.
Such is the case with the newly remastered CD of
tape noise reduction has scarcely been used and the degree of limit
ing is subtle. In addition digital technology has advanced with the
ability now to offer recordings in 24 bit/96kHz. The high resolution
version is being made available via download and is being offered in
two formats: limited, which is comparable in volume to the remas
tered CD, and un-limited, which in comparison with the limited ver
sion will sound quieter, but retain the dynamic range of the original
master recording.
Allan Rouse

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