How to Sing Here There and Everywhere Vocal Harmony Beatles Tutorial Harmonies

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LYRICS (Lennon/McCartney)
Here, making each day of the year
Changing my life with the wave of her hand
Nobody can deny that there’s something there

There, running my hands through her hair
Both of us thinking how good it can be
Someone is speking but she doesn’t know he’s there

I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
I know I need never care
But to love her is to need her everywhere
Knowing that love is to share

Each one believing that love never dies
Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
I know I need never care
But to love her is to need her everywhere
Knowing that love is to share

Each one believing that love never dies
Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

To be there and everywhere
Here, there and everywhere

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42 thoughts on “How to Sing Here There and Everywhere Vocal Harmony Beatles Tutorial Harmonies”

  1. Hi I love your videos, man. They help me with my school’s vocal group. I
    love the Beatles but I need help with the lead vocals. Any tips?

  2. Hi, what do you use to put all of your recordings into one file? I want to
    record my vocals and piano cover of this song, but I can’t choose which
    program is best to put it all together. I hope you can help, thanks!

  3. Hi! I love your videos. Well, I’d like to know your opinion about this:
    this song is one of my favorites and I’ve just heard that this song is
    actually sung by George. I’ve listened very hard to this one, Fool on the
    hill and Yesterday (when Paul firstly sang it on stage). And I swear it’s
    George’s voice. I share this with you because you are an expert on beatles
    voices and I really wanna know what you think about this. Hope you read
    this. 

  4. John Paul Bouffard

    I love your lessons! I have a band in NJ in the USA and we use your
    lessons to help our Beatles tunes! We are coming to Italy soon so maybe we
    can jam together ha! I have a request–can you do a video on the backing
    vocals for the Billy Joel song “My Life”? Thanks. JP

  5. I love your videos so much, man. They’re truly incredible and help me out
    so much. I was wondering, are you into the band Jellyfish? I think you’d be
    SO into this album. 

  6. Wow, I love your videos. Really I’m amazed about your lessons and how
    difficult are The Beatles songs. I don’t know too much about music, but I
    like how you explain it.
    Of course that I’m a beatlemaniac! Haha
    Now you have a Mexican fan! c:

  7. Kayve Harlem Buyante

    Thank for all your lessons sir, Can you please do the tutorial on “taxman”?
    please sir, I really want yo sing this with my friends as real as possible.
    :)

  8. I must say, no one person can possibly do this any better than Galeazzo.
    George Martin humbly acknowledges: “The harmonies on that are very simple,
    just basic triads which the boys hummed behind and found very easy to do.
    There’s nothing very clever, no counterpoint, just moving block harmonies.
    Very simple to do…but very effective.”.

    I’ve tried it and only Galeazzo can pull it off authentically. On top of
    having a great ear and voice, he is an excellent teacher, so we miss very
    much these tutorials. Everyone … stop begging for individual songs …
    just beg for any song … we need more!

    That said, I’m not sure if someone already commented on this but there is a
    cool thing Paul did in the last verse that is not covered here. Probably
    because it was accidentally done during his double-tracking overdubs.

    During the closing verse, Paul’s double tracked vocal descends on the lines
    “love never dies” and “watching her eyes”. So, while the main melody is
    singing unisono on B3, that double-tracked overdub is singing B-A-G-F#! If
    this isn’t cool enough, if you listen closely he seems to be releasing on B
    or D#. Then, if you go back and listen to the previous verse, he seems to
    be doing it there too! He did something like this on his Ticket To Ride
    backing vocals toward the en too.

    NOTE: Paul also seems to be snapping his fingers on this last verse too.

    Perhaps Galeazzo can listen and confirm?

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