Crinsk Dee Night - The Beatles
Album: Live at the BBC. Disk 2
The next few minutes, we’re in the lap of the gods and the hands of the Beatles. In my young days, when I was a lad, they used to have actors in films and now that they
It’s all changed, now, Brian. They’re not doing that, no actors.
It’s all changed, now.
But this is what I wonder. In those days, the actors used to say their best bits were left on the cutting room floor. Did you find that?
No, no, no, those were the good bits in the film. You should have seen the rest.
Was it, really?
Even worse, yes.
Who was worst?
I think John was about the worst.
No, it was you.
Oh, Ringo was very good. He was. He’s a good lad.
He was. They’re saying he’s a new Charlie Chaplin. Do you think that’s right?
He was miming.
You, too, with Jason.
Oh, yes, he’s an old one. Okay, Ring?
Beginning to look like that. Now, then–
All right, John. Can you hear me?
Can you hear him? Hello!
Not really. I hope not. I hope not!
We brought you the flowers, Ring.
He’s not allowed to talk.
We brought you the flowers.
And the grapes.
Oh, I like grapes.
He likes grapes.
We’ve been to Portugal.
Guess who’s, guess who’s top of the pops in Portugal, then.
Los Beatles? Great, great laugh.
I don’t suppose you know the title of your film in Portuguese?
No. Crinsk dee Night?
Could be. Let’s hear the number, shall we?
Photo credits: Wikipedia
Lyrics added by Isabelle P.
- Publishing: Apple Records
- Co-Production: George Martin
- Release Date: 30 November 1994