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16-Jan-2020 12:42

For those other baby-boomers who recall those times, it was crazy times, the Summer of Love, psychedelia, free love, pot, etc. Kind of difficult to describe to these Gen X kids now, but it was a fun & wild time. I had a real brainstorm about this song whilst watching "Nat's Dream" on the new Magical Mystery Tour DVD, especially the lyric "Semolina Pilchard climbing up the Eiffel Tower" - an epiphany that started me on a Google quest, the pieces fit, it's too much for mere coincidence, this must be the origin of the line, etc.

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The soundtrack to the film is "Shirley's Wild Accordion", a composition played by another lovely lady, the accordionist Shirley Evans, who also appears in the film.

I submit for your consideration the coincident analogy between the woman in blue/Shirley to "Semolina Pilchard" and the stair scene to "climbing up the Eiffel Tower".

Still, a strange coincidence, I wonder if this crossed Lennon's mind the day he directed "Nat's Dream"."Nat's Dream" was shot at the "Huer's Hut" near the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall.

One scene features Nat pursuing a lovely young woman in blue up the stairs of the Hut.

The singles and couples are really keen for swingers and dogging in Pretoria North, casual adult fun and since our members are very discreet your identity will always stay safe.The soundtrack to the film is "Shirley's Wild Accordion", a composition played by another lovely lady, the accordionist Shirley Evans, who also appears in the film.I submit for your consideration the coincident analogy between the woman in blue/Shirley to "Semolina Pilchard" and the stair scene to "climbing up the Eiffel Tower".Still, a strange coincidence, I wonder if this crossed Lennon's mind the day he directed "Nat's Dream"."Nat's Dream" was shot at the "Huer's Hut" near the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall.One scene features Nat pursuing a lovely young woman in blue up the stairs of the Hut.George Martin leaned toward Paul and muttered: "Well, it's certainly repetitive" (Spits again, pg 700).--Martin didn't like I Am The Walrus when he heard it the first time. Martin was were more close to Mc Cartney, than to Lennon (Emerick again pg 7).--1964 there was an LP record released by Martin called Off The Beatles Track, with Martin's instrumentations.