"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 CommentThe non stupid elitist is partly right. He wasn't writing about heroin or boning road hogs. But these aren't really nonsense lyrics. They were carefully conceived thoughts+ sounds strung together mainly for their lyrical quality. Something he was copping from Bob Dylan style of lyricism. Aside from that this song very much has a meaning and intent. The original title was "All I want is You." Like just about everything else he was thinking about in those days, it was another glorification tribute to... you guessed it-- Yoko.
    stratognaton February 23, 2014   Link

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