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Moonlight Bay

Album This song officially appears on the Anthology 1 Official album.
Timeline This song has been officially released in 1995

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Song facts

From Wikipedia:

Moonlight Bay” is a popular song. It is commonly referred to as “On Moonlight Bay“. The lyrics were written by Edward Madden, the music by Percy Wenrich, and was published in 1912. It is often sung in a barbershop quartet style.

The Beatles performed “Moonlight Bay” with comedians Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise on the duo’s ATV programme Two of a Kind in December 1963. A recording of the performance was released on the Beatles’ Anthology 1 in 1995. […]

Last updated on December 1, 2016

Lyrics

We were strolling along
(Twist and shout!)
On Moonlight Bay
(Woo!)
We can hear the voices singing
(I like it, I like it)
And they seem to say

You have broken my heart
(Oh, twist and shout!)
Don't go away
(Are The Beatles gone?)
(No, they're here)
(Oh!)
With your short fat hairy legs
On Moonlight Bay
On Moonlight Bay

Officially appears on


Anthology 1

Official album • Released in 1995

0:50 • LiveL1

Paul McCartney :
Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Vocals
George Harrison :
Vocals
Terry Henebery :
Producer
Eric Morecambe :
Vocals
Ernie Wise :
Vocals
Kenny Powell :
Piano

Concert From "The Morecambe And Wise Show" in Borehamwood, United Kingdom on Apr 18, 1964

Bootlegs


Live Anthology I (1962-64)

Unofficial live • Released in 2013

0:53 • Live • Borchamwood 2Dec63


Live performances

“Moonlight Bay” has been played in 1 concerts.

Latest concerts where Moonlight Bay has been played


The Morecambe And Wise Show

Apr 18, 1964 • United Kingdom • Borehamwood • ATV Studios • TV show


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