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Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da is the fourth track on the Beatles' ninth studio album, The Beatles (more well known as the The White Album). The song reached N. in the Australian, Austrian and Swiss charts. It also separately received N. and N. in the Japanese Oricon singles and international charts. That same year, The Marmalade had a cover single that reached no. 1 in the UK single charts.
Page one records record: made in the UK (manufactured and distributed by Fontana Records) as UK record: Chris Shakespeare Globe Show cover: made in Holland. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): POF 113 1F//1.
As I recall, "Ob La Di/Da" was supposed to mean something like "He died, yeah/ He died, hail Go. Daniel from Buenos Aires, ArgentinaHere in Argentina, this song was a soccer chant for Boca Juniors fanatics (in the 70s) with the lyrics: "dale bo dale bo dale b.ca, dale dale dale b.Vic from Los Angeles, Casugarland did a song without any, or not many, lyrics in the form of words. the main content was "ooo's and variations thereof. does any one know its title. Ob-la-di ob-la-da' means exactly the words after it mean. It means "Life goes on" in Nigerian. And that is the exact meaning of the song. It is not a drug of any sort. If you say the word "Sing" out loud right before the last sentence of the song you'll hear paul say "Sing Ob-la-di ob-la-da", and if you say "Take" outloud before the last sentence you'll hear 'take'. It's very interesting but true. Anyway, Life goes on.
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as "the White Album"). Following the album's release, the song was issued as a single in many countries, although not in Britain or America, and topped singles charts in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland and West Germany
D And if you want some fun, (Ha ha ha ha). F7 A Take Ob-La-Di-Bla-Da! (Uh, ha ha ha! Thank you!)
Band: The Beatles Song: Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da Album: The Beatles (The White Album) Tabber: clarkddmenout. Chords: Bb F F7 Ebe-1--1--1--6--B-3--1--1--8--G-3--2--2--8--D.
Ob-La-Di, Ob-la-Da" was released on The Beatles on 22 November 1968. In the USA, in 1976, it was released as a single with "Julia" as the B-side. An alternative version, known as "Take 5", was released on Anthology 3 in which the horns are much more prominent. Amateur Transplants, on the album Unfit to Practice as "Urology Clinic A". Arthur Conley, on the album More Sweet Soul. Jimmy Cliff, as a bonus track on the CD version of Humanitarian. Celia Cruz (a version in Spanish), on the album Tropical Tribute to the Beatles. Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, on the album Music of the Beatles. Daniel O'Donnell, on his albums The Jukebox Years and Rock 'N' Roll Show. James Last, on the albums Die grössten Songs von The Beatles (1983) and James Last & Friends (1998) (as a part of the "Beatles Medley").
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da is a song by the Beatles from their 1968 album The Beatles (often called the White Album ). It was released as a single that same year in many countries, but not in their native United Kingdom, nor in the United States until 1976. Paul McCartney wrote the song around the time that highlife and reggae were beginning to become popular in Britain
|Ob La Di - Ob La Da||3:36|
|260.198 MF||The Globe Show||Ob La Di - Ob La Da (7")||Fontana||260.198 MF||France||1968|
|PO. 1012||The Globe Show||Ob La Di - Ob La Da (7")||Page One||PO. 1012||Canada||1968|
|21,015||The Globe Show||Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da / Tin Soldier (7", Promo)||Page One||21,015||USA, Canada & UK||1968|
|pof 113||The Chris Shakespeare Globe Show*||Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da (7", Single, Mono)||Page One||pof 113||Belgium||1968|
|pof 113||The Chris Shakespeare Globe Show*||Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da (7", Single, Mono)||Page One||pof 113||Sweden||1968|
|NZP 3309||The Globe Show||Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da / Tin Soldier (7")||Parlophone||NZP 3309||New Zealand||1969|
|POF 113||The Globe Show||Ob La Di - Ob La Da (7")||Page One||POF 113||Netherlands||Unknown|
|A-8630||The Chris Shakespeare Globe Show*||Ob-La-di Ob-la-da (7", Single)||Parlophone||A-8630||Australia||Unknown|
|14 212 AT||The Globe Show||Ob-La-di Ob-la-da (7", Single)||Hansa||14 212 AT||Germany||Unknown|