Dear Prudence

song

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?
Dear Prudence, greet the brand new day.
The sun is up, the sky is blue,
it's beautiful and so are you.
Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

Dear Prudence, open up your eyes.
Dear Prudence, see the sunny skies.
The wind is low, the birds will sing,
that you are part of ev'rything.
Dear Prudence, won't you open up your eyes?

Look around, round
Look around, round round
Look around

Dear Prudence, let me see you smile.
Dear Prudence, like a little child.
The clouds will be a daisy chain,
so let me see you smile again.
Dear Prudence, won't you let me see you smile?

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?
Dear Prudence, greet the brand new day.
The sun is up, the sky is blue,
it's beautiful and so are you.
Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

Wikipedia
"Dear Prudence"
Song by the Beatles from the album The Beatles
Released 22 November 1968
Recorded 28–30 August 1968
Genre Rock, pop
Length 3:56
Label Apple Records
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles track listing
"Dear Prudence"
Single by Siouxsie and the Banshees
from the album Hyæna
B-side "Tattoo", "There's a Planet in my Kitchen"
Released 23 September 1983
Format 7" single, 12" single
Recorded 1983
Genre Post-punk, New Wave
Length 3:48
Label Polydor
Writer(s) Lennon–McCartney
Producer Siouxsie and the Banshees
Mike Hedges
Siouxsie and the Banshees singles chronology
"Melt! / Il Est Ne Le Divin Enfant"
(1982)
"Dear Prudence"
(1983)
"Swimming Horses"
(1984)

"Dear Prudence" is a song written by John Lennon, and credited to Lennon–McCartney. It was released by the Beatles as the second track on their 1968 double-disc album entitled The Beatles, commonly known as The White Album.

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Dear Prudence (White)

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