The world's Longest Beatles song title


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What is the world's longest Beatles song title?

The world's longest Beatles song title chimes in at 48 letter or 57 characters including spaces.

It was recorded on June 26, 27 and July 01, 23 1968.

It was released on the White Album in the UK on November 22 1968 and in the US on November 25 1968.

It was primarily written by John Lennon, although credit has been given to Paul McCartney.

Have you guessed it yet?

One last clue; fans went ape over it.

Yes, it's none other than Everybody's got something to hide except me and my monkey.

No more monkeying around, here are the lyrics:

Come on come on come on come on
Come on is such a joy
Come on is such a joy
Come on and take it easy
Come on and take it easy
Take it easy take it easy
Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey

The deeper you go the higher you fly
The higher you fly the deeper you go
So come on come on
Come on is such a joy
Come on is such a joy
Come on and make it easy
Come on let's make it easy
Make it easy take it easy
Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey

Your inside is out and your outside is in
Your outside is in and your inside is out
So come on come on
Come on is such a joy
Come on is such a joy
Come on let's make it easy
Come on let's make it easy
Take it easy take it easy
Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey

The world's Longest Beatles song title
Beatles White Album


The world's Longest Beatles song title

The world's Longest Beatles song title

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