Reputedly so off-the-cuff that Lennon does not remember either writing or recoding it, “And You Bird Can Sing” is nevertheless one of the finest songs on Revolver, and it’s noticeable for it’s carefree lyric and utterly mesmeric guitar work. Sure, the lyric is probably nonsense, yet it’s wildly entertaining, and both Lennon and McCartney sing it with glee. Indeed, in one of the outtakes of the song on Anthology 2, the pair crack up with laughter during one take. The song also proves what a great guitar player George Harrison is; his dazzling runs on the electric guitar are magnificent. The song has a lovely melody, and a unorthodox, yet ingenious bridge. It’s certainly one of the most successful songs on one of popular music’s great albums.