#3832658 - 13 years ago
drummers get blisters on their hands instead of their fingers. the stick creates friction which blisters the hand.
#3832679 - 13 years ago
In reply to BigNick699, #280:Yeah but he says 'I've got blisters on my fingers'
#3832708 - 13 years ago
hell it's ringo. he jas said some more random things
#3832721 - 13 years ago
Yeah. What a tripper.
#3841421 - 13 years ago
In reply to redtombinn, #279:Because it's a song? Did Alice Cooper really want to hurt you just to hear you screaming his name? Maybe a bad example, but I'm trying to make a point. Don't judge me.
#3841532 - 13 years ago
In reply to opensesame, #284:It's one of those random things Ringo just yells out. Not part of the song.
#3841932 - 13 years ago
I thought it was at the end of the song...
#3842320 - 13 years ago
um lets get back to questions...........................
#3843103 - 13 years ago
Indeed, BigNick would you like to start us off?
#3843128 - 13 years ago
of course..................What was the album "Abbey Road" originally going to be called?
#3843225 - 13 years ago
#3843435 - 13 years ago
correct! lets get another question.
#3843496 - 13 years ago
What was the purpose of the song "Hey Jude" what were the circumstances surrounding it?
#3843529 - 13 years ago
I'm sorry, that question is a bit repeditive and broad. Basically, who wrote it, who was it written for, and why did they need that song to be written about them?
#3844325 - 13 years ago
Paul wrote this song for John's son Julian. He was comforting Julian about his parents splitting up. Originally, the song was Hey Jules, but Paul changed it becuase he thought it was "a mouth full".
#3851818 - 13 years ago
#3946485 - 13 years ago
In reply to The3Blues, #276: wou you are the biggest noob that i have ever seen. the beatls are the coolest band ever.
#3953980 - 13 years ago