Nowhere Man

song

He's a real Nowhere Man,
Sitting in his Nowhere Land,
Making all his Nowhere plans for nobody.

Doesn't have a point of view,
Knows not where he's going to,
Isn't he a bit like you and me?

Nowhere man please listen,
You don't know what you're missing,
Nowhere Man, the world is at your command.

La, la, la, la,

He's as blind as he can be,
Just sees what he wants to see,
Nowhere Man can you see me at all?

Nowhere Man don't worry,
Take your time, don't hurry,
Leave it all till somebody else,
Lends you a hand.

Doesn't have a point of view,
Knows not where he's going to,
Isn't he a bit like you and me?

Nowhere Man please listen,
You don't know what you're missing,
Nowhere Man, the world is at your command.

La, la, la, la,

He's a real Nowhere Man,
Sitting in his Nowhere Land,
Making all his Nowhere plans for nobody.
Making all his Nowhere plans for nobody.
Making all his Nowhere plans for nobody.

Wikipedia
"Nowhere Man"
Song by the Beatles from the album Rubber Soul
Released 3 December 1965
Recorded 21–22 October 1965,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Folk rock, psychedelic rock
Length 2:44
Label Parlophone
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Rubber Soul track listing
"Nowhere Man"
Single by The Beatles
B-side "What Goes On"
Released 21 February 1966 (US)
Format 7"
Recorded 21–22 October 1965,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Folk rock
Length 2:44
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Certification Gold (RIAA)
The Beatles singles chronology
"We Can Work It Out" /
"Day Tripper"
(1965)
"Nowhere Man"
(US-1966)
"Paperback Writer"
(1966)

"Nowhere Man" is a song by the Beatles, from their album Rubber Soul. The song was written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon–McCartney).

It was recorded on 21 and 22 October 1965. "Nowhere Man" is among the very first Beatles' songs to be entirely unrelated to romance or love, and marks a notable instance of Lennon's philosophically-oriented songwriting. It was released as a single (although not in the United Kingdom) on 21 February 1966, and reached #1 in Australia and Canada and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Lennon, McCartney and George Harrison sing the song in three-part harmony. The song appears in the film Yellow Submarine, where the Beatles sing it about the character Jeremy Hillary Boob after meeting him in the "nowhere land".

George and John play identical "sonic blue" Fender Strats—John plays in the verses and George on the solo.

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