Hi! Glad you are back. I have a great dog song to share with you today.
"Hey Bulldog" was released by The Beatles in 1969. It was mostly written by John Lennon, although it has the Lennon - McCartney song credit. This song was written the same time as "Lady Madonna" and it has a similar blues influenced sound with a piano riff. This song was from the Yellow Submarine Album.
Here's some fun trivia -- the song was originally called "She Can Talk To Me." It had a line "hey bullfrog" (not "bulldog"!) and Paul McCartney barked at that line. That's how it became "Hey Bulldog." The barks that you hear in the song are done by Paul! John sings lead.
The original movie version of Yellow Submarine included this song, although it was later cut out of the American released movie. (Later it was added back in.)
My Momma is a huge Beatles fan and she really likes this song. I hear a lot of Beatles music at my house, so I think I like it too. Plus it is a fun song!
Here is a video of The Beatles singing "Hey Bulldog."
Are you a Beatles fan? I'd love to hear from you in the comments, below.