Tomorrow Never Knows


Turn off your mind relax and float down-stream, 
It is not dying, it is not dying, 
Lay down all thought surrender to the void, 
It is shining, it is shining. 

That you may see the meaning of within, 
It is being, it is being, 
That love is all and love is everyone, 
It is knowing, it is knowing. 

That ignorance and haste may mourn the dead, 
It is believing, it is believing, 
But listen to the color of your dreams, 
It is not living, it is not living. 

Or play the game "existence" to the end. 
Of the beginning, of the beginning. 
Of the beginning. Of the beginning.

"Tomorrow Never Knows"
Song by the Beatles from the album Revolver
Released 5 August 1966
Recorded 6, 7 and 22 April 1966
EMI Studios, London
Genre Psychedelic rock, experimental rock, raga rock
Length 2:57
Label Parlophone
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Revolver track listing

"Tomorrow Never Knows" is the final track of the Beatles' 1966 studio album Revolver but the first to be recorded. Credited as a Lennon–McCartney song, it was written primarily by John Lennon.

The song has a vocal put through a Leslie speaker cabinet (which was normally used as a loudspeaker for a Hammond organ) and uses automatic double tracking (ADT) to double the vocal image. Tape loops prepared by the Beatles were mixed in and out of the Indian-inspired modal backing underpinned by Ringo Starr's constant but non-standard drum pattern. The song is also one of the first uses of a flanging effect on any instrument.

It is often considered one of the greatest songs of all time, with Pitchfork Media placing it at number 19 on its list of "The 200 Greatest Songs of the 1960s", and it being featured in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All-Time.

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Tomorrow Never Knows (Revolver)

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Within You Without You / Tomorrow Never Knows (Love)

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