Released: December 1965

Is it a harpsichord? Is it a half-speed electric piano? Is it… actually, yes, it's a half-speed electric piano. One of George Martin's few purely musical contributions to the Beatles canon adds a strange, but successful, touch to John Lennon's understated piece of whimsy about his childhood – in Lennon's view, the most mature piece he'd written by that point.

 
 

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