By: Ian Jeffrey. Eleanor Rigby By: The Beatles Album: Revolver Year: 1966. Lyrics.
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Ah, look at all the lonely peopleAh, look at all the lonely peopleEleanor Rigby, picks up the riceIn the church where a wedding has beenLives in a dreamWaits at the window, wearing the faceThat she keeps in a jar by the doorWho is it for?All the lonely peopleWhere do they all come from?All the lonely peopleWhere do they all belong?Father McKenzie, writing the wordsof a sermon that no one will hearNo one comes nearLook at him working, darning his socksIn the night when there's nobody thereWhat does he care?
All the lonely peopleWhere do they all come from?All the lonely peopleWhere do they all belong?Ah, look at all the lonely peopleAh, look at all the lonely peopleEleanor Rigby, died in the churchAnd was buried along with her nameNobody cameFather McKenzie, wiping the dirtFrom his hands as he walks from the graveNo one was savedAll the lonely people(Ah, look at all the lonely people)Where do they all come from?All the lonely people(Ah, look at all the lonely people)Where do they all belong?
Eleanor Rigby was an old lonely, who no one cared about because she had isolated herself from everyone else. She had a fake facial impression pretending that she was happy, when she was actually lonely and depressed. Nobody cared about her death because she lonely, no one came to her funeral. The minister did not care about Eleanor wiping the dirt means getting rid of something and forgetting about it.
The songwriter, Paul McCartney, was originally going to say ‘Father McCartney’ because it was named after his Father. But he thought it would freak out his Father if he did that, so he looked through a telephone book and replaced it with ‘Father Mckenzie’
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