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"Glass Onion"
Song by The Beatles
Album The Beatles
Released 22 November 1968
Recorded 11 September 1968
Genre Rock
Length 3:56
Label Apple Records
Writer Lennon/McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles track listing

Side one

  1. "Back in the U.S.S.R."
  2. "Dear Prudence"
  3. "Glass Onion"
  4. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
  5. "Wild Honey Pie"
  6. "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill"
  7. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
  8. "Happiness Is a Warm Gun"

Side two

  1. "Martha My Dear"
  2. "I'm So Tired"
  3. "Blackbird"
  4. "Piggies"
  5. "Rocky Raccoon"
  6. "Don't Pass Me By"
  7. "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?"
  8. "I Will"
  9. "Julia"

Side three

  1. "Birthday"
  2. "Yer Blues"
  3. "Mother Nature's Son"
  4. "Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey"
  5. "Sexy Sadie"
  6. "Helter Skelter"
  7. "Long, Long, Long"

Side four

  1. "Revolution 1"
  2. "Honey Pie"
  3. "Savoy Truffle"
  4. "Cry Baby Cry"
  5. "Revolution 9"
  6. "Good Night"

Quotes

I was having a laugh because there had been so much gobbledygook about Pepper — play it backwards and you stand on your head and all of that. [Regarding the line "Here's another clue for you all, the Walrus was Paul"] Well, that was a joke, that was a bit of a song, you know. I mean, it was actually me in the Walrus suit. I thought I'd confuse people who read great depths into lyrics. It could have been "The fox terrier was Paul," you know. It's just a bit of poetry. It was just thrown in like that. The line was put in partly because I was feeling guilty because I was with Yoko, and I was leaving Paul. It's, you know, a perverse way of saying to Paul, you know, "Here, have a crumb, this illusion, this stroke, because I'm leaving.

—John Lennon, 1980


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