Paul McCartney loved weed. I believe he has since kicked the habit, but back in the day, he fancied himself a bit of the chronic. In fact, he adored it enough to write a song extolling it’s virtues.
- Puff Puff Pass, Paul…..Paul?
From the 1966 album Revolver, “Got to get you into my life” appears like any other feel good love song that Paul is famous for. The song is bright, cheery, and full of hidden references, if one pays attention.
I was alone, I took a ride I didn’t know what I would find there Another road where maybe I could see another kind of mind there
Ooo, then I suddenly see you Ooo, did I tell you I need you?Every single day of my life
You didn’t run, you didn’t lie You know I wanted just to hold you And had you gone, you knew in time We’d meet again for I had told you
Ooo, you were meant to be near me Ooo, and I want you to hear me Say we’ll be together every day Got to get you into my life
What can I do, what can I be?When I’m with you I want to stay there If I’m true I’ll never leave And if I do I know the way there
Ooo, then I suddenly see you Ooo, did I tell you I need you?Every single day of my life Got to get you into my life I got to get you into my life
I was alone, I took a ride I didn’t know what I would find there Another road where maybe ICould see another kind of mind there
And suddenly I see you Did I tell you I need you? Every single day
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It’s no secret that The Beatles did drugs. But Paul seemed to be perfectly happy toking the magical smoke, while the others explored higher ground.