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Let It Be
  • Two Of Us
  • Dig A Pony
  • Across The Universe
  • I Me Mine
  • Dig It
  • Let It Be
  • Maggie Mae
  • I've Got A Feeling
  • One After 909
  • The Long And Winding Road
  • For You Blue
  • Get Back


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    Find out how the lyrics to the beatles to Dig A Pony were written.

     

    Beatles Album: Let It be : Track 2

    Year: 1970

    Lyrics: Lennon, McCartney

    Length: 3.55


    The dig a pony song title was originally called Con a lowry and was written in the studios by John Lennon while filming for the get back film. The song has two main elements the 'dig a pony' piece and 'All I want is you'.

    Dig a pony has many made up on the spot lyrics and even references the moondogs; one of the early names that the Beatles had in their early days.

    The all I want is you was also by John but was originally going to be a different song; John put the two together and renamed the song dig a pony for rhyming purposes.

    Dig a pony was recorded live on the rooftop of the apple studios and was used in the get back film.

    Individual Beatles role on Dig a pony

    John Lennon: Lead Vocals, Lead guitar

    Paul McCartney: Harmony Vocals, Bass guitar

    George Harrison: Rhythm guitar

    Ringo Starr: Drums

    Billy Preston: Organ

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