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The lyrics for I feel fine song were written later than the guitar riff for which it is famous for.
John lennon came up with the riff while working on the beatles for sale song ‘eight days a week’. The feedback that starts the song was made in the studio, the Beatles really like the effect and pressed the producer George Martin for further sound effects, such as talkback; these were to become very much a part of future production. John Lennon was very proud of the fact that the beatles were the first group who were brave enough and had the inspiration to put feedback on a single.
The Beatles were not to use sound effects for another couple of years, the first time was in 1966, the barking that is heard at the end of the I feel fine was performed by Paul McCartney.
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