Beatles: I Want You (She's So Heavy) Meaning
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Song Released: 1969
I Want You (She's So Heavy) Lyrics
I want you. I want you so bad, babe. I want you. I want you so bad. It's driving me mad. It's driving me mad.
I want you. I want you so bad,...
anonymous Dec 21st, 2017 12:21pm report
Dad playing records on the LP. At 10 I stretched the needle, cos I just love it playing, "when we do it on the road" 33yr old dark skinned, flower child. Melb. Fitzroy CILLA
anonymous Jul 22nd, 2017 7:26am report
Kind of like happiness is a warm gun alluded to both Lennon's severe heroin addiction and his overwhelming sexual lust for Yoko, heroin in many circles at that time gave heroin a feminine reference. The heroin experience from the high was both euphoric and heavy!
anonymous Jan 26th, 2017 1:55pm report
It could be referring to the war and Uncle Sam sending the young to war. "I want you". Also by "she's so heavy" it could mean the weight of lady liberty.
anonymous Jan 18th, 2017 1:26am report
They really like to find words they can scream. "Heavy" I was looking up the word "Light" and it means without darkness. This songs is a heavy minor key with winding guitar lines and repeat like a chant to Hell. I think someone got "heavily" hung up on a girl. "boy you're gonna carry that weight for a longtime" comes to mind.
anonymous Jul 2nd, 2015 7:18pm report
It's about Paul's drug habit. He want's it so, bad that it is driving him mad. Read the book. A Hard Day's Write. It will help you to know the real meanings of the words of The Beatles songs. And what they all mean.
anonymous Sep 13th, 2011 9:38pm report
John Lennon said this song was about Yoko no other explanation needed.
anonymous Apr 30th, 2011 4:53am report
This song is about a girl that's hot and back in the late 60` heavy was a slang for pretty much anything that was cool
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