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  1. Fera
    Jan 31,  · “She Came In Through The Bathroom Window” is a Beatles’ song on side 2 of their Abbey Road album. This is the medley side, of course, and this is the fifth song in. Indeed, Paul McCartney, who wrote the song, claims it is about the “Apple scruffs”.
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  2. Moogusar
    On July 25, two more songs, “Polythene Pam” and “She Came In Through The Bathroom Window,” were recorded as one for inclusion in the album’s epic medley. Take 27 from that session is .
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  3. Kashura
    A song about the ‘Apple scruffs’ that held vigil outside the group’s headquarters, Abbey Road Studios and the members’ homes, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window was written by Paul McCartney and first released as part of the long medley on Abbey Road.
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  4. Maucage
    Mar 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Abbey Road on Discogs/5().
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  5. Torg
    Buy The Beatles Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Edn Deluxe Vinyl at Argos. Thousands of products for same day delivery £, or fast store collection. The Beatles Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Edn Deluxe Vinyl / 1/1 She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Take 27). 7. Because (Take 1 - Instrumental). 8. The Long One (Trial & Edit.
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  6. Dashicage
    American Releases. On October 1st, , the final recorded Beatles album was released in America, simply titled "Abbey Road." "She Came In Through The Bathroom Window" is the seventh track on side two of the album and the fifth named track of the long medley that takes up the majority of this second side of the album.
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  7. Bagami
    7. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Take 27) 8. Because (Take 1 – Instrumental) 9. The Long One (Trial Edit & Mix – 30 July ) (Medley: You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, Mean Mr Mustard, Her Majesty, Polythene Pam, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End)
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  8. Kajisho
    Here, the iconic ABBEY ROAD front cover once again has a deeper-blue sky and there is once more that slight yellowish hue to The Beatles' faces, much like on the original LP cover and the vinyl reissue from a few years ago (it's a photograph which captures a beautiful English summer's day frozen in what was perhaps a more innocent time)/5(1).
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