"Come Together (The Beatles cover)" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
Here come ol' flat top
He come groovin' up slowly
He's got Joo Joo eyeball
He one holy roller
He got hair down to his knees
Got to be a joker he just do what he please

He wear no shoeshine
He's got toe jam football
He's got monkey finger
He shoot Coca-Cola
He say "I know you, you know me"
One thing I can tell you is you got to be free

Come together right now over me

He bag production
He's got walrus gum-boot
He's got Ono sideboard
He one spinal cracker
He got feet down through his knees
Hold you in his armchair
You can feel his disease

Come together right now over me

He roller coaster
He's got early warning
He's got muddy water
He one Mojo filter
He say "One and one and one is three"
Got to be good looking 'cause he's so hard to see

Come together right now over me

Lyrics submitted by AgathaKavka

"Come Together" as written by Paul Mccartney John Lennon

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  • +3
    General Commenti totally disagree with shorty101help. MJ was the most well known person ever. I didn't know who the beatles were until iwas like 8 or 10. I knew MJ ever since I was 3. and you can't compare any1 2 jesus, bcuz you have to no him.
    DCR1998on May 01, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General CommentLast I checked, five year olds wern't born in 1982. Keep in mind we all have access to each other's profile. (Check and mate pal.)
    mira_loveon May 15, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentObviously better than the Beatles version. MJ sounds better, gives the song the needed energy, and brings it to life. He owns all the Beatles songs anyway and I can't wait for his next re-make of theirs because their songs really do need to be re-done. The Beatles suck. Anyway, an interesting fact: Did you know this was originally recorded for the "Top Gun" soundtrack? He didn't put it on CD until 1995 though. I guess you learn something new every day! MJ rules! Long live the TRUE King of Pop!
    nsynczawon March 10, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI love MJs version.. Its kinda more.. sexy than The Beatles version, hahaha:P
    fever388on March 05, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentMJ kicked ass on this one.

    Sorry Beatles fans - he breathed life into this.
    LuluLovesYouMoreon June 30, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe orginal was good, but MJ added his flavor. The I always wanted to know what in the hell is a spinal clacker?
    shaunamarie77on September 24, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIf these lyrics were any more wrong, I'd have to cry about it.
    free.americaon August 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI had no idea this was originally by the Beatles, I first heard it on the Moonwalker 'film' and man...I wasnt sure I liked this until I listened to it a few more times, then POW. OMG...I can really say I love this song. <3 Its very sexy, i'll agree. <3 The way he sings and moves during...gonna miss him. RIP
    Popcorn_adleron July 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentMJ is the king of pop, but the Beatles are the kings of everthing. Add Y.S. Bach, Elvis and MJ, and you still don't have a power that equates to the Beatles impact, the Beatles record sales, the Beatles talent, their legacy, etc. No offense to Michael, but NO ONE can out-do the Beatles. Argue it if you want I won't check your response anyway, but if you disagree you just don't know music as well as you think you do. Granted, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there's a big difference between what we like and what is just good.
    dubtigeron July 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentUgh. I really hate these little rivalries. But anyway, I think the Beatles version, ironically, aged better. Michael's version has that really cheesy synth bass that screams 1988 while the Beatles' version has a pretty timeless arrangement. I won't argue about the energy, but I think the song was supposed to be a little more mellow.

    Anyway, it was originally written as a campaign song for Timothy Leary when he wanted to run for governor of California, but that just kind-of fizzled and the Beatles just decided to record it as the first song on "Abbey Road" which was supposed to be their last album.
    Nightwing83on February 03, 2014   Link

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