Come Together

Release date: 06 October 1969

Here come old flat top.
He come grooving up slowly.
He got joo joo eyeball.
He one holy roller.
He got hair down to his knee.
Got to be a joker he just do what you please.

He wear no shoe shine.
He got toe jam football.
He got monkey finger.
He shoot Coca-Cola.
He say I know you, you know me.
One thing I can tell you is you got to be free.
Come together right now over me.

He bag production.
He got walrus gumboot.
He got Ono sideboard.
He one spinal cracker.
He got feet down below his knee.
Hold you in his armchair you can feel his disease.
Come together right now over me.

He roller coaster.
He got early warning.
He got Muddy Water.
He one Mojo filter.
He say. "One and one and one is three."
Got to be good looking 'cause he so hard to see.
Come together right now over me.
Come together.

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"Come Together"
Single by The Beatles
from the album Abbey Road
A-side "Something"
Released 6 October 1969 (US)
31 October 1969 (UK)
Format 7"
Recorded 21-30 July 1969,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Blues rock
Length 4:18
Label Apple
Writer(s) Lennon-McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles singles chronology
"The Ballad of John and Yoko"
"Something" / "Come Together"
"Let It Be"

Abbey Road track listing
17 tracks
Side one
  1. "Come Together"
  2. "Something"
  3. "Maxwell's Silver Hammer"
  4. "Oh! Darling"
  5. "Octopus's Garden"
  6. "I Want You (She's So Heavy)"
Side two
  1. "Here Comes the Sun"
  2. "Because"
  3. "You Never Give Me Your Money"
  4. "Sun King"
  5. "Mean Mr. Mustard"
  6. "Polythene Pam"
  7. "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window"
  8. "Golden Slumbers"
  9. "Carry That Weight"
  10. "The End"
  11. "Her Majesty"

"Come Together" is a song by the Beatles written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon-McCartney. The song is the opening track on the album Abbey Road, and was released as a double A-sided single with "Something", their 21st single in the United Kingdom and 26th in the United States. The song reached the top of the charts in the US, and peaked at number four in the UK.

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