I'm So Tired (Beatles) Easter Egg - Paul Is Dead

At the end of the song, John Lennon says what sounds like "blism blism blism won daed si luaP"
When played backwards it says "Paul is dead now miss him miss him miss him." I am the biggest Beatles fan ever!

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 09-20-1999
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Special Requirements: Beatles White album (record easiest)
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guitar57 writes:
Well, the Beatles didn't exactly need to resort to ploys to sell records... but it was all a game. While the Beatles will deny it to the death (no pun intended), many visual and audio "clues" were planted -- 70 in all, according to the book "Turn Me On, Dead Man, The Complete Story of the Paul McCartney Death Hoax" (yes, there's a whole book on the subject), some more obviously ("here's another clue for you all, the walrus was Paul") than others -- but not to sell records, just to have a little fun.
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Fronter writes:
If you want to hear this stuff and much more about other songs go to http://www.reversespeech.com/music.shtml
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14 writes:
Muffy's right. By Lennon's own admition, he said, "Monsier, Monsier, Monsier (French for sir, but not sure of the spelling) How 'bout another one?" as if he were ordering another drink from a bartender.
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Dylan Rush writes:
To hear this, go to www.beatlesonline.com/sounds/misshim.ram
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Muffy writes:
This is not true. This egg is actually an urban legend. It you check out the web site www.snopes.com you will find this out for yourself.
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Your all wrong. He says "Mizim, Mizim" and so on (it's barely auidible).
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I have heard "Paul is dead now miss him miss him miss him" on the reversed version mentioned by Dylan. Afterward, I listened to it myself (played forward) and heard "Monsieur, Monsieur, Monsieur, How 'bout another one" as mentioned by 14. After the word "one", however, I think I hear John saying something else, but I can't make out what it is before I have to turn down the volume to avoid having my eardrums explode when the next song starts at the incredibly high volume setting I would have to use to understand it. If anybody knows what it is, add a comment, if possible. P.S. The anonymous person who added the egg is not the biggest Beatles fan ever, I am.
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Chatterbox writes:
For more info on the Paul is Dead rumours, go to www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/3674/pid.html OR www.angelfire.com/ct/scrmgdasys/ Chatterbox!
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LL writes:
No, it's actually a real file played forwards. John's love with Yoko devoleped after he came back from India. He brought Yoko, and his son from his previous marriage, Julian. You can see Yoko at the recording sessions in the Let it Be movie. John actually says "Blis'm, bloodsucking M'sueir, how bout another." From there, he says "jeh, jeh, Julian" after that, a small child's voice (Julian, at age 5), says 'pleh'. Since the mastering of the CD was lousy, you hear the 'pleh' at the beginning of "Blackbird" Anything you hear backwards is garbling, in which your brain fills in the gaps.
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Is Paul McCartney dead? No. Did The Beatles try and hide stuff pointing to Paul possibly being dead? Yes Like an earlier comment says, The Beatles were probably trying to have a bit of fun with there more extreme fans.
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Bluebell writes:
I think John Lennon says, "M'sieur, M'sieur, How about another?
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Playskull writes:
Just a note on the lyric; "and here's another clue for you all, the walrus was Paul". This line had me befuddled for years, thinking that it was clearly a documented admission that the Beatles did, in fact, plant the clues intentionally. However, it was later brought to my attention that John Lennon was comparing Paul (who he was bitter toward at the time of this recording) to the walrus in the Lewis Carroll poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter".
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Well obviously its not true, Paul McCartney never died in a car accident, but the guy is right, there are alot of these clues that really sound accurate, such as this "Paul is dead, man" one, and the Revolution 9 one (If you reverse the man saying 'Number 9', it sounds like he's saying 'Turn me on, dead man'). Try it, its kooky and fun.
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Luxie writes:
Mm, yeah, after that Paul must be dead....give me a break! So the 'phony' mentioned in other Easter Eggs decides to carry on the lie and release albums? hahahaha, sure.
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Nervous Dog writes:
according to Beatle Sessions book---monsier,monsier,monsier is it
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LittleStar writes:
Alright... with all the songs, albums and all that that the Beatles had... you could prove ANYTHING. It just happens to be that people are weird and like to think that Paul's dead. Or, the slightly more sensible people say that the Beatles just planted the stuff there to play a joke on people. But... think about it. The Beatles were breaking up while a lot of the clues were supposedly planted. Things were probably pretty tense between then during that time, and I doubt that they would all want to sit down and discuss ways to make it look like Paul had died. Also, someone cited the part in "I am the Walrus" where John goes 'here's another clue for you all/the walrus was Paul' as being one of the planted clues. John later admitted to putting that in there just to get at Paul, because he was angry with him.
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lijisgirl writes:
To ChrisY2Jericho: If Paul did die, why would the Beatles' publisity people want to tell the entire world?! If they did tell everyone, the band would not have put out the albums following "Pauls death". So they obviously wanted to make money. (whether Paul is dead or not) Because if he isnt, they wanted more publisity. and if he is, they wanted to keep the band. Besides nobody really knows whether or not paul is dead. Even paul. Because for all we know they got someone who looks, sounds and acts just like paul (aka: Billy Shears) and brainwashed him to beLIEve that he was really Paul McCartney! -Lauren G.
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You guys, this is real. It was just a ploy to sell records back then, but now everyone thinks this is a conspiracy. So, it does say that, but Paul isn't dead. There.
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Turandot writes:
Actually, "sir" is spelled "Monsieur" in French. Don't mind me, I'm just being picky.
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