Beatles: Happiness is a Warm Gun Meaning
Song Released: 1968
Happiness is a Warm Gun Lyrics
Do do do do do do- oh yea!
She's well acquainted with the touch of the velvet hand
Like a lizard on a window pane
The man in the crowd with the multicolored mirrors
On his hobnail boots
Lying with his eyes...
anonymous Jun 17th, 2006 6:13am report
John was a pacifist, and it was a statement about the American gun culture. Some lyrics allude to John's passion for Yoko Ono.
Other than the guy talking a bout the press conferance and it having no meaning and the other guy about where he said John saw the "Happiness is a warm gun" line you all are completely wrong and are on drugs yourselves. It is three separate pieces of music that John couldn't do any thing else with so he put them together. They have no meaning other than John thought they were cool lines. The music is very different in each piece for that reason. "She's is well aquainted with the touch of the velvet hand like a lizard on a windo pane" Is one of my all time favorite lines in a song!
anonymous Jan 29th, 2006 1:09pm report
This song is an ode to heroin:
"And I feel my finger on your trigger
I know nobody can do me no harm
Because happiness is a warm gun, momma "
They are saying that when they inject themselves with heroin that everything is going to be okay.
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