How to Sing a Cover of Day Tripper Beatles Vocal Harmony Tutorial

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Day Tripper by The Beatles

LYRICS:

Got a good reason for taking the easy way out
Got a good reason for taking the easy way out now

She was a day tripper, a one way ticket yea
It took me so long to find out, and I found out

She’s a big teaser, she took me half the way
there
She’s a big teaser, she took me half the way
there now

Tried to please her, she only played one night
stands
Tried to please her, she only played one night
stands now

She was a day tripper, a Sunday driver yea
Took me so long to find out, and I found out

Day tripper
Day tripper yea

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40 thoughts on “How to Sing a Cover of Day Tripper Beatles Vocal Harmony Tutorial”

  1. Hey, isn’t that “Hold Me Tight” I hear you singing at the end of this
    video? I cannot seem to find that one in your videos … did you ever post
    that lesson?

  2. youre vocals are so helpful,i only found them the other day & we do Day
    Tripper in our set, so thank you. its great someone proffesional like
    yourself has put the time into this! Bohemina Rhapsody was amazing.

  3. It’s interesting how “to find out and I found out” goes from E-sharp to
    D-sharp. Even though it’s a major second, which is a very common interval,
    it actually sounds weird because we’re in the key of E. Also, many people
    would call the note in C-sharp F, but it’s actually E-sharp. Yes, it does
    matter.´╗┐

  4. The so long variation confuses me. Does that mean that when Paul sings “Day
    tripper, Sunday driver, yeah”, he sings lower than he does on the other
    verses?´╗┐

  5. I love your videos and always think you do a great job. but… I’m not
    hearing Paul going low on the second phrases in the verses. Firstly, it
    doesn’t make sense theoretically for him to drop down. That’s not to say
    they wouldn’t do it, but it’s illogical. More importantly though, it also
    sounds like John’s voice underneath. John has always had a bit more fry to
    his lows and I hear that fry on the record. A good example is “Love Me Do”
    It’s Paul that drops down and sings the “Love Me Do” part and it sounds
    like Paul. Compare this sung line to John’s, where he sings in this range
    virtually the entire verse, and you can hear the difference. John has more
    fry in his voice.

    Thoughts?´╗┐

  6. This is a google translation. I’m sorry. Your work is exceptional. We are a
    group of 4 old from Argentina who feel deep pleasure to make music of The
    Beatles and always have recourse to you. Thank you thank you thank you.´╗┐

  7. Sir Frankie Crisp

    I love your videos but i disagree with the harmonies in some of this. In
    the chorus (or verse two as you call it) on the “day tripper one way ticket
    yeah” bit, george and paul’s are the other way round. George is doing the
    top on in falsetto and Paul the middle one starting on the g sharp. You can
    tell this by listening to live versions and its clear which one paul is
    doing´╗┐

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