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Beatles: Mother Nature's Son Meaning

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Song Released: 1968


Mother Nature's Son Lyrics

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Born a poor young country boy--Mother Nature's son
All day long I'm sitting singing songs for everyone.

Sit beside a mountain stream--see her waters rise
Listen to the pretty sound of music as she flies.

Find me in my field of...

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    anonymous
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    Feb 20th, 2017 2:08pm report


    Mother Nature's Son obviously refers to Charles Manson who was mentally attuned with the Beatles. The whole White Album was a message to the 5th Beatle who was Charlie Manson.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 14th, 2011 1:45pm report


    I may be incorrect but this song relates to the Beatles personal life. "All day I'm sitting around playing songs for everyone." The Beatles had no idea what they were getting themselves into when they first created the band. Once the fame and fortune came they soon realized that this was their life now, and the papparazzi will never leave them alone. It's asong filled with organic natural feelings and states "find me in my field of grass" which I think means feelings of being lost and needing someone to find you. This song doesn't have a lot of lyrics but sure a lot of meaning!




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