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Harrison wrote the song as a tribute to his friend Eric Clapton ‘s chocolate addiction, and indeed he derived the title and many of the lyrics from a box of Mackintosh’s Good News chocolates. Supposedly all of the confectionery names used in the song are authentic, except cherry cream and coconut fudge. The chorus (“But you’ll have to have them all pulled out after the savoy truffle”) is a reference to the deterioration of one’s teeth after eating too many sweets. The line “We all know Ob-la-di-bla-da” refers to the song ” Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da “, which appears earlier on the album, but with the “sinister” overtone (as Walter Everett put it) that “life may not go on” as the latter song insists.
How to Learn The Piano Part
Not all piano teachers like the idea of teaching you only rock keyboard. Classical music is built upon similar principles and so traditional piano study won`t hurt your either. Your performing of pop keyboard tunes will improve tremendously if you are able to find the energy and effort to study traditional music alongside it.