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IRISH POLITICS - IRISH TEMPO - The Dubliners - tempo chart by meanspeed music - bpm_scan by Ian Andrew Schneider_7746
IRISH POLITICS – IRISH TEMPO – The Dubliners – tempo chart by meanspeed music – bpm_scan by Ian Andrew Schneider_7746
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what’s going on – new jersey sandy silverman schneider school tempo line chart – bpm probability frequency illustration
IRISH POLITICS - IRISH TEMPO - The Dubliners - tempo chart by meanspeed music - bpm_scan by Ian Andrew Schneider
IRISH POLITICS – IRISH TEMPO – The Dubliners – tempo chart by meanspeed music – bpm_scan by Ian Andrew Schneider
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The_Beatles_Tomorrow_Never_Knows – Meanspeed_Post
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Here There And Everywhere -The Beatles MeanSpeeed Tempo Map 6
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Here There And Everywhere -The Beatles MeanSpeeed Tempo Map 9

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Long_and_Winding_Road – The_Beatles – modern_tempo_map
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meanspeed tempo image Taxman – Beatles

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Beatles I Wana Hold Your Hand Tempo Sheet
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The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows – Meanspeed chart 1a
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This chart represents the speed of the song “With A Little Help From My Friends.” The handwritten [lyrics] are where theywere calibrated in a contiguous manner exactly as explained on meanspeed.com.“With A Little Help From My Friends” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.You may follow each contiguous calibration of each 10-beat group:
1-10 – “What would you think if I sang out of tune? Would you stand up and / 11-20 – walk out on me? Lend me your ears and I’ll / 21-30 – sing you a song and I’ll try not to sing out of key! Oh / 31–40 – I get by with a little help from my friends – Mm, I get high
/ 41-50 – with a little help from my friends – Mm, I’m gonna try with a little / 51-60 – help from my friends! / 61-70 – What do I do when my love is away? / 71-80 – Does it worry you to be alone? / 81-90 – How do I feel by the end of the day? Are you sad because you’re / 91-100 – On your own? No, I get by with a little help from my friends / 101-110 -Oh, I get high with a little help from my friends / 111-120 – Mm, I’m gonna try with a little help from my friends! Do you / 121-130 – Need anybody? I need / 131-140 – Somebody to love! Could it be anybody? / 141-150 – I want somebody to love / 151-160 – Would you believe in a love at first sight? Yes, I’m / 161-170 – Certain that it happens all the time! What do you / 171-180 – See when you turn out the light? I can’t tell you, but I know it’s mine! / 181-190 – Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends! / 191-200 – Mm, I get high with a little help from my friends! Oh, I’m gonna / 201-210 Try with a little help from my friends! Do you / 211-220 – Need anybody I just need someone to love / 221-230 Could it be anybody / 231-240 I want somebody to love – Oh, I get / 241-250 By with a little help from my friends! Mm, Gonna try with a / 251-260 – Little help from my friends Oh! I get high with a little help from my / 261-270 – friends. Yes, I get by with a little help from my friends / 271-280 – with a little help from my friends!!!”These meanspeed charts are different because nothing even remotely like them exist anywhere – except from where they have been “borrowed” from this page or other meanspeed places online. We are flattered by the borrowing – but letting us know would be not only a moral thing to do – it would make us feel good! Wouldn’t you want the same notice – especially when unique information is vouched for as scientifically accurate and free of charge. Try going anywhere in any spce – cyberspace, outerspace, real space – and finding information as this. If you find it, please let us know!!! We will stop publishing. Please know the thrill of doing so much work with a guarantee of: Nothing is —> no one has ever done it before. And take a song as this. Seriously, if you were to gather every piece of information about this song you would not get through it it 50 lifetimes. Notwithstanding, I do not think you will find anything as we present – and discovery is a joy, especially, if you use a bit of your own creativity and some of the fantastic software that is freeware or relatively inexpensive and, without being a retail-therapy tool (not that I would know!), you can gain a new way to change your mood. No, a song like this, with its music irony: using a speed most often expresses in contemporary music with a more raw lust with a simple strong desire to *connect* –
That is about all we can say that is new about With A Little Help From My Friends is that as we repeat – the lust for connection is on the side of the performer – here, Ringo Starr and the Beatles. If you are feeling lonely, playing this song is more likely to make you feel *more* lonely! Hence, the reason to want to understand the meanspeed music conjecture. Knowing what speed makes you feel leas lonely and what speed makes you feel like competing and what speeds are best for your sex life – that is great stuff, and we do not even ask for a thing. People as ourselves exist (goodness lives).

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Meanspeed-Carlton Summary, supervised by James C.C. Manning
song title=With A Little Help From My Friends
composer=John Lennon and Paul McCartney
mean time per trial=150.11 seconds
beats per trial=280
average beat=536 milliseconds
mean speed/average tempo=111.9 beats per minute
meanspeed conjecture category/mean emotion=lust

An excellent article on Ringo can be found here:
http://medisinmusicforthemasses.wordpress.com/historically-influential-drummers/.

Personally, what freaks me out the most is that Ringo is a left handed man who played in a right handed style. If Paul was not *also* left handed, would the Beatles have been, well, who they are?