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Beatles: Wild Honey Pie Meaning

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Song Released: 1968


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    anonymous
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    Nov 21st, 2017 11:28pm report


    Pot edible/ pot brownies (pie): makes me crazy... lazy... popular in Europe and England and extremely popular in the USA ... silver screen “Reefer madness” movie.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 6th, 2012 3:38am report


    Great song. I'm glad you allowed the Gibson Brothers to play your song. I grew up with Eric and Leigh in Ellenburg Depot NY and I know from neasoprl experience that they are great guys, actually the whole family are great people. I hope they did it justice. Keep those songs a comin'



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    anonymous
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    Jan 14th, 2011 1:59pm report


    The song has simple lyrics, showing the act of love. It was a transition song in the beatles album the White album, and really meant to show off the intrusments they discovered in India.




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