"Flaming Pie" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
I can try to give you everything you ever wanted
You're not hard to please
And the only thing I'm asking is return is something
You can give with Ease

Keep on sending your love
In the heat of battle
You've got something that'll save us
Save us now

I've got the feeling of a jungle rhythm beating in me
When I'm close to you
I don't really want to ask for many flavors
But there's something you can do

Keep on sending your love
In the heat of battle
You've got something that'll save us
Save us now

Ohhhhhh
You're my woman
Ohhhhhh
Keep it coming
You got something that can save us, save us, save us

Keep on sending your love
In the heat of battle
You've got something that'll save us
Save us now

Save us now
Save us now


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"Flaming Pie" as written by Paul Epworth

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    General CommentI think, the character "the man on the flaming pie" was from John Lennon's story about how they came up with thir bands name The Beatles. I'll post John's story later.

    pJ ;P
    handsdown4dbeatleson March 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFun lyrics!
    shedontcareon August 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNaturally not dismissing the validity of John’s story when it shows up [see handsdown4 …] but I am the man on the flaming pie doing concurrent entity with well … the flaming pie and I’m just the kind of dude who isn’t going to explain that further.
    He’s the kind who would stick his tongue out and lick his nose in my vision and everything does have a simple explanation but that doesn’t mean I hear it. Anyone listening to him could do with a vacation—he’s so frightfully adept at head games. And yes, together we would figuratively cut my nose off to spite my feet. Frequently I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry and did both to excess but never mind—check our rhythm! And so it goes …
    sillybunnyon August 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe line about "making love underneath the bed" - I assume either Sir Paul has a very high bed, or he could be talking about a bunk bed, if you were doing it on the bottom bunk you would be underneath the bed :)
    Lennonforeveron August 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics are clearly very silly. Perhaps is an homage to Lennon, so well known for his wit?
    Mephisto77on November 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentJohn said a man came to him on a flaming pie and said you will be Beatles with an A. Is Paul saying he came up with Beatles with an A?
    TheBeckleson March 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentJohn said a man came to him on a flaming pie and said you will be Beatles with an A. Is Paul saying he came up with Beatles with an A?
    TheBeckleson March 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe beckles is right.

    When a reporter asked about the beatles name, Lennon said "a man came down to me one night and said 'you will be the beetles, with an a!", just to have a laugh and get rid of the reporter.

    This song is about saying anything to the reporters (or anyone else for that matter) and seeing if they believe it.
    originlon November 06, 2009   Link

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