They later traced the names back to 2 grave stones in Liverpool graveyard which they spent alot of their times in when they were younger. He died when she was 10. The words have feeling yes and a level of meaning, but not as deep as you would wish to explore This is what I thought: Eleanor is mentally ill. This failure results in an overwhelming sense of despair and loneliness. It is intended to make people realize that everyone has their troubles and it is more efficient for us to see others in trouble and help than it is to focus on ourselves and personal problems. Johnny is a constant liar and cheater when he plays poker, therefore his sin is fraud. From this point of view, all religion does is to create legions of lonely people.
There are many examples of this in the song. Songs like 'Ticket To Ride,' that's a hurtin' song, so we slowed it down so it wouldn't be so happy. She is living what everybody else considers the dream, but in reality she is a sad, lonely person. I think a lot of you guys are trying to over-analyze it though. Oscar I know the post is a really old, but I wanted to say that this is my favourite song by The Beatles. The unusual strings effect most probably due to some sound engineering tricks at that time of recordings.
But that movie has quite a few little miss-truths in it, so I wouldn't count on its authority. . There are many examples of this in the song. People who are mentally ill lead pretty lonely lies most times and they do things that don't seem to have any rhyme or reason to the rest of us. On this trip, while drunk, she loses her virginity in Italy to a man she cannot remember. Elie goes through torture and terror and is treated as animals like other Jews. However, it is just fascinating to listen to.
I propose leaving the technical explanations to people who have any idea of what they're talking about. The ballad goes into narratives of the two peoples life Father McKenzie and Eleanor Rigby. Kind of strange that it's in Yellow Submarine, but then, that's a pretty strange movie. No one is ever saved by this stuff. To the best of my knowledge priests don't bury the dead themselves. Father Mackenzie, wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave No one was saved.
I stayed on Eleanor's grave at Saint Peter's church's graveyard. She is an overweight, lonely woman, who lives a removed solitary existence. The third stanza is a second and different refrain. It means that, well, she died in that church. When she died no one even came to the funeral. Telling a story with a piece of music that is pop and classical at the same time. I just realized that may not be what the question was asking, so to answer both possible meanings, it's not really done anymore, It's not good for the birds if they eat it, and it's caused injuries.
It is endured with sorrow, horror and sufferings. In front of it is father Mckenzie's one. Having said this, I must also add that this is one of their most stunning compositions. Negative emotions, or inevitable emotions, never get discussed. She keeps up the illusion of being happy and everyone believes her, however in the end she dies unremembered. Eleanor was a churchgoer that needed a companion as much as the priest did, but both were so caught up in their troubles that they didn't find each other in time. I grew up with them and am a Beatles nut and had a huge amount of respect for all four of them as a group and solo.
Well, she picks up rice after weddings. These graves are now shrines to the beetles legends. I think it was around at least into the beatles' childhoods. The ones who have been shut off from society and have no one to turn to. In the fourth stanza, Father McKenzie is introduced to the reader. Neither have anything to show for their troubles and no one, or no thing, to fill their loneliness.
This is very unusual for a 12-year old kid. This song combines string orchestration with a pop sound unique for it's time or any time for that matter. So it goes that the song although melodic and sad is retrospective of Johns quite sad moment in time, roughly when his mother had been killed an a car crash, finding solace in a church yard, and in time the inspiration to this song. I do not know if Father McKenzie had a relationship with Eleanor Rigby, but I think some part of him must have cared enough to give her a funeral, he did not need to. This allegory relates to the theme. Darning his socks in the night when there's nobody there. All the lonely people, where do they all come from? The sermon no one hears could be his suicide letter.
All I know, is that this is my favorite song. Where do they all come from? With regards of being the first lady she never regarded herself as a V. John who was sitting right next to Paul at the time, made a snarky comment about how the rest of them just sat around drinking tea, and seeming a bit put out. An allegory is symbolic narrative details that can sometimes imply another meaning. What does he care All the lonely people Where do they all come from All the lonely people Where do they all belong Eleanor Rigby died in the church and was buried along with her name nobody came Father Mckenzie wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave No one was saved All the lonely people Where do they all come from All the lonely people Where do they all belong Ah, look at all the lonely people! She made many friends and became very confident. Eleanor is waiting for someone, but she is scarred in her heart by her lonely life.