"Dig a Pony" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
I dig a pony
Well, you can celebrate anything you want
Yes, you can celebrate anything you want
Oh

I do a road hog
Well, you can penetrate any place you go
Yes, you can penetrate any place you go
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because

I pick a moon dog
Well, you can radiate everything you are
Yes, you can radiate everything you are
Oh now

I roll a stoney
Well, you can imitate everyone you know
Yes, you can imitate everyone you know
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because (woo)

Oh now
I feel the wind blow
Well, you can indicate everything you see
Yes, you can indicate everything you see
Oh now

I load a lorry
Well, you can syndicate any boat you row
Yeah, you can syndicate any boat you row
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because


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"Dig a Pony" as written by Paul Mccartney John Lennon

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    General CommentEvery good artist knows that even if something HAS meaning, you don't tell people what it is because it ruins the universal quality of the music. Like all art forms, the beauty of GOOD music is that people can make personal connections with it. Dylan also did the "my song means nothing" bit on a few occasions, but more often than not he was being facetious/cryptic/ironic or deliberately trying to avoid telling his audience what to think. That said, I think it is wise to keep in mind that most songs have meaning - it's just a question of whether it's the artist's meaning or our own personal meaning. And, secondarily, Lennon may have subconsciously meant something when he wrote it that he's not even consciously aware of. In other words, I hear what Lennon's /saying/, and perhaps some songs really are nonsense strings of words meaning nothing, but I think with most of them (and with this song) there's some meaning, even if it's only personal to the listener. You can find several meanings in this particular song, but the overall meaning seems to be that there's no right or wrong meaning, because it's personal to you/subjective. That's the reason the Beatles are huge to this day. Their art is universal.
    asSTARSfallxon October 31, 2010   Link

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