The closing chimes of money
loop into bells, birds and bugs to proclaim the arrival of the "Sun King".
Another of John's 'dream themes',Ev'rybody's laughing,
— a far cry from Beatle reality.
Dreamy, nonetheless, are their three-part harmonies; Uncle George tucking them all up snugly with a soft blanket of organ, and serving as a reminder that "Because"
— although technically counted out of The Medley
— remained central to it.
The when to much
hispanotaliano lyric may not mean too much, but — mi amore — it sounds just great: and just as sweet backwards, as "Gnik Nus"
. Must be why they're called Romance Languages... That lirrle birra Liverpool (chicka ferdy
) slides in very nicely, too
Musically, the guitarra channel-panny ostinati was vaguely inspired by Fleetwood Mac: flying their "Albatross" to more temperate climes.
Tropical archipelago arpeggios.
Paul's surf-swell bass and Ringo's rolling percussion interwash to make it the sunniest chill-out imaginable — until, that is, the latter rattles in the next change