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This is an upbeat reprise of the first song and title track of the album. A "concept album," it was produced as if Sgt. Pepper's was a real band.
This song was produced in a rush when The Beatles decided to bring back the theme song to introduce the last track on the album, "A Day In The Life
." The idea to reprise the song came from Neil Aspinall, The Beatles' friend and road manager.
The audience sounds were dubbed in to make it sound live.
John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison shared lead vocals.
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