George Harrison: Wah-wah Meaning
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You've given me a wah-wah
And I'm thinking of you
And all the things that we used to do
You made me such a big star
Being there at the right time
Cheaper than a dime
Wah-wah, you've given me your wah-wah,...
anonymous Oct 6th, 2015 10:28pm report
About his stint with the beatles and their fans....
anonymous Sep 8th, 2011 9:42am report
Being a musician myself (Keyboards)since 1968, I've come in contact with a lot of guitarists over the years, and another foot peddle they introduced me to was another pedal, similiar to the "Wha, Wha" pedal .... called a "Cry Baby". And since its'release on ATMP Lp (Post-Beatles), I do believe that the song was aimed at Paul. Not only for the squabble he and Paul had in the "LEt It Be" session, but also, Paul trying to "ru(i)n the show after Epstein died. Paul was also bitchin' about having his father-in-law run the Beatles - even though he was out voted 3 to 1 by the others. But he quit anyways for "Not having his own way".
Therefore I believe that "Wah, Wha" was a vendetta song to get back at Paul
anonymous Apr 28th, 2011 4:15am report
Wah wah is another word for beatles.
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