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#Fogatera: El Marshall y Piccini interpretaron 'Back In The USSR', de The Beatles

2018-03-12 16:57:57

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En 'Mañanas de Rock & Pop', el Marshall y Piccini iniciaron la semana entonando un clásico de The Beatles, 'Back in the USSR', como la #Fogatera del Oasis.

'Back in the USSR' fue escrita por Paul McCartney, aunque​  está acreditada como Lennon/McCartney y es la encargada de abrir el disco doble 'The Beatles', conocido como The White Album de 1968.

La canción describe un mal vuelo desde los Estados Unidos a la Unión Soviética a bordo de un avión británico y hace mención a la belleza de la mujer soviética, el sonido de las balalaicas, y el placer de regresar a su propio país.

LETRA DE 'BACK IN THE USSR', DE THE BEATLES

Flew in from Miami Beach BOAC
Didn't get to bed last night
All the way the paper bag was on my knee
Man, I had a dreadful flight

I'm back in the U.S.S.R
You don't know how lucky you are, boy
Back in the U.S.S.R

Been away so long I hardly knew the place
Gee, it's good to be back home
Leave it till tomorrow to unpack my case
Honey, disconnect the phone

I'm back in the U.S.S.R
You don't know how lucky you are, boy
Back in the U.S., back in the U.S., back in the U.S.S.R.!

Well these Ukraine girls really knock me out
They leave the west behind
And Moscow girls make me sing and shout
That Georgia's always on my my my my my my my my mi-ind!

Oh, Come on!

I'm back in the U.S.S.R
You don't know how lucky you are, boy
Back in the U.S.S.R

Well, these Ukraine girls really knock me out
They leave the west behind
And Moscow girls make me sing and shout
That Georgia's always on my my my my my my my my mi-ind!

Oh, show me round your snow-peaked mountains way down south
Take me to your daddy's farm
Let me hear your balalaikas ringing out
Come and keep your comrade warm

I'm back in the U.S.S.R. Hey!
You don't know how lucky you are, boy
Back in the U.S.S.R
Oh! Let me tell you, honey!
Hey I'm back!
I'm back in the U.S.S.R
Hey! Sing it with me!
Heeeeeey! Back in the U.S.S.R