Helter Skelter

song

When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide,
Where I stop and I turn and I go for a ride,
Till I get to the bottom, and I see you again,
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

But do you, don't you, want me to love you?
I'm coming down fast, but I'm miles above you.

Tell me, tell me, tell me,
Come on, tell me the answer.
Well, you may be a lover,
But you ain't no dancer.

Now Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter,
Yeah!

Well will you, won't you want me to make you?
I'm coming down fast, but don't let me break you.
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer.
You may be a lover,
But you ain't no dancer.

Look out! Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter, ooh.

Look out! 'Cause here she comes!

When I get to the bottom
I go back to the top of the slide,
And I stop and I turn and I go for a ride,
And I get to the bottom, and I see you again,
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

Well, do you, don't you want me to make you?
I'm coming down fast, but don't let me break you.
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer.
You may be a lover,
But you ain't no dancer.

Look out! Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter,
Helter Skelter, ooh.

(Shout, ad lib:)
Look out!
Helter Skelter!
She's coming down fast!
Yes, she is.

Wikipedia
"Helter Skelter"
Song by the Beatles from the album The Beatles
Released 22 November 1968
Recorded 9 September 1968,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Hard rock
Length 4:30 (Stereo LP)
3:40 (Mono LP)
Label Apple PMC 7067-7068 (mono), PCS 7067-7068 (stereo)
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles track listing

"Helter Skelter" is a song written by Paul McCartney, credited to Lennon–McCartney, and recorded by the Beatles on their eponymous LP The Beatles, better known as The White Album. A product of McCartney's deliberate effort to create a sound as loud and dirty as possible, the clangorous piece has been noted for both its "proto-metal roar" and "unique textures" and is considered by music historians as a key influence in the development of heavy metal. In a special stand-alone issue, Rolling Stone ranked "Helter Skelter" fifty-second on its "100 Greatest Beatles songs" list.

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Helter Skelter (White)

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Helter Skelter (Anthology 3)

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Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! / I Want You (She's So Heavy) / Helter Skelter (Love)

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