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  • I will also admit that compared to the other songs throughout Revolver, this isn’t typically one of the songs which I will go out of my way to listen to and I still don’t think that this track is among the best on Revolver but I do have a few good things to say about the song
  • Although the structure is pretty predictable and there really isn’t anything just brilliant about the song, I will say that I think the relationship between the guitar work in this song and the vocal lines is very good because it gives sort of an echoing effect with the vocal line coming first and then the guitar part basically echoing it


    • by Grimmy101
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      She Said She Said is a track which appears on The Beatles’ record Revolver. Although I would certainly say that She Said She Said is certainly overshadowed by Tomorrow Never Knows in terms of a psychedelic sound and influence but it is clear that this track does indeed have some psychedelic sound to it, although it is certainly not to the same extent

      that Tomorrow Never Knows is. I will also admit that compared to the other songs throughout Revolver, this isn’t typically one of the songs which I will go out of my way to listen to and I still don’t think that this track is among the best on Revolver but I do have a few good things to say about the song. Although ...

      • the structure is pretty predictable and there really isn’t anything just brilliant about the song, I will say that I think the relationship between the guitar work in this song and the vocal lines is very good because it gives sort of an echoing effect with the vocal line coming first and then the guitar part basically echoing it. This is an effect
        you would have to listen to the song in order to hear but it’s something unique about the track which I never really paid too much attention to before. Although certainly not a bad song at all, as it contains no true flaws to it, I would not consider this track to be among the best on Revolver, although it’s nice to listen to on occasion.




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