Siouxsie and the Banshees' take on the song added to The Beatles' simple original arrangement. "It was kind of an undeveloped song on the White Album
," Siouxsie said. "and so there was a lot of scope to put in your own stuff, really. What did I want to bring? Oh, some psychedelic transformation there [laughing]."
"No, I think that actual track's fairly restrained, simple and understated on the White Album
," she added. "I was listening to singles like Itchycoo Park
by the Small Faces, so I think it was wanting to capture the 60s, and all that kind of phasing. Also, it was where we were at the time."