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Baby You're a Rich Man

This song is by The Beatles and appears on the movie soundtrack Magical Mystery Tour (1967) and on the movie soundtrack Yellow Submarine Songtrack (1999).

This song has been covered by Umphrey's McGee under the title "Baby, You're A Rich Man".
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Baby You're a Rich Man
How does it feel to be
One of the beautiful people?
Now that you know who you are
What do you want to be?
And have you travelled very far?
Far as the eye can see

How does it feel to be
One of the beautiful people?
How often have you been there?
Often enough to know
What did you see when you were there?
Nothing that doesn't show

Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man, too
You keep all your money in a big brown bag
Inside a zoo
What a thing to do!
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man, too

How does it feel to be
One of the beautiful people?
Tuned to a natural E
Happy to be that way
Now that you've found another key
What are you going to play?

Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man, too
You keep all your money in a big brown bag
Inside a zoo
What a thing to do!
(Baby)
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man, too
(Oh)

Baby, you're a rich man
Baby, you're a rich man (baby)
Baby, you're a rich man, too

(Wahoo!)
Baby, you're a rich (whoo) man
Baby, you're a (hey) rich man
Baby, you're a rich man, too
(Oh)

Written by:

John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

MusiciansEdit

  • John Lennon – lead and backing vocals, piano, Clavioline (an early precursor to the modern synthesizer)
  • Paul McCartney – bass guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • George Harrison – lead guitar, backing vocals, hand claps
  • Ringo Starr – drums, tambourine, maracas, hand claps

Brian Jones (of The Rolling Stones) is sometimes misidentified as the Clavioline performer. Mick Jagger was present during the recording session, and his name also appears on a session tape box, possibly indicating that Jagger sang backing vocals on the song.

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