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George Harrison — Dig Love
Album: All Things Must Pass
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6.5

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Total ratings: 448









Released: 1970
Length: 4:46
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I dig love
I dig love
I dig love
Hm, I dig love in the morning
I dig love in the evening
I dig love and I want you to know I dig love

I love dig
I love dig
I love dig
Hm, I love dig in the morning
I love dig every evening
I dig love and I want you to know I dig love

Small love, big love, I don't care
Love's all good love to me
Left love, right love, anywhere love
There's a rare love, come on and get it, it's free

I dig love
I dig love
I dig love
Hm, I dig love in the morning
I dig love in the evening
I dig love and I want you to know I dig love

Bought love, short love, in any port
Love's always there to see
Make love, take love, but you should give love
And try to live love, come on that's where you should be

I dig love
I dig love
I dig love
Hm, I dig love in the morning
I dig love in the evening
I dig love and I want you to know I dig love

Yes, I want you to know I dig love
Yes, I want you to know I dig love
To know I dig love
Yes, I do
I dig love (repeat and fade)
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Nice to hear this gem on RP!
 TLynneHenry wrote:
The importance of enunciation: I thought he was saying "I deglove," which means something not very nice or loving.
 

Kind of wish you'd kept that thought to yourself
I thought it was John at first
The importance of enunciation: I thought he was saying "I deglove," which means something not very nice or loving.
 stackarukk wrote:
Me too - very "lennon-y"
 
On_The_Beach wrote:

Too funny; I was just thinking this was a very Lennon-sounding song. Probably intentional (in a good way).
 
But you mistake George for John. Shows his influence is more deeply rooted than credited.

 

What fun to hear this classic again!
I dig love too LOVE
a song to dig the garden for - might find love - if I was looking. Must have taken him 10 minutes to pen the words
{#Devil_pimp}zesty ! rip george
 dragonlady wrote:
I LOVE this album   

 

Me Too!!!!   {#Yes}{#Bananajam}
I LOVE this album   
Great sequence here! Great mix and thanks again, Bill!
 
i need it to stop


marvelous...  love it...

 

I dig love too George


Sounds alot like The Rutles
Sounds like Lennon staff a lot.
 

From my favorite George album. It's a shame the Beatles weren't the Beatles at this time. I think this song could have used a little tweaking from John or Paul.



Everybody in my hotel room loves this classic...





The music for this is so original and unique...  and soooo good...  love it...

 
Me too - very "lennon-y"
 
On_The_Beach wrote:

Too funny; I was just thinking this was a very Lennon-sounding song. Probably intentional (in a good way).
 


Is Bill celebrating the anniversary of the Beatles 1962 audition at Abbey Road?
 gvan wrote:
I dig this song... that is, until he tries to get all John Lennon with "I love dig."
I also dig gnomes.
 
Too funny; I was just thinking this was a very Lennon-sounding song. Probably intentional (in a good way).
I dig this song... that is, until he tries to get all John Lennon with "I love dig."
I also dig gnomes.

Its a nice ditty.

Nothing special.

"I Dig Love"?

OK, hard to argue with that, any time of day.

Maybe not Rush Limbaugh?




What a jewel...  dig it...

 
 Cria-cow wrote:
Just make it stop already. Crikey.
 
Holy cow. This one musical idea gets repeated WAY too many times in this song. 3.
Me too, George, me too.
 sdn wrote:
"I want you to know I dig love".   We get it, George.  You say it enough times.
 

Hold on... so you're saying he digs love?  I didn't get that from this song at all.

As for his "look" during this period, did you ever see the poster that came with this album?  Sheez...
 Proclivities wrote:
Good song.  It's funny how old he looked on this cover with that beard and hair.  He was only 27 or so at the time.
 
Smoking will age you early and ....
I dig hair...and purple boots!
 Proclivities wrote:
Good song.  It's funny how old he looked on this cover with that beard and hair.  He was only 27 or so at the time.
 
Yeah. George normally had a better sense of style than that.  Not sure what happened during this period.  Great album, though.
I dig it!{#Bananapiano}
A nome of his time.
Good song.  It's funny how old he looked on this cover with that beard and hair.  He was only 27 or so at the time.
"I want you to know I dig love".   We get it, George.  You say it enough times.
I dig George
So cool! Like a lot of songs I haven't heard for years and years, I get a new appreciation when they pop up on RP.
Wow, haven't heard this in 30 years, at least. When the opening notes rolled into my headphones I had that moment of "Oh, this can't be 'I Dig Love' from George Harrison, can it?"
 bam23 wrote:
I fear that he was not hitting on all cylinders here. Not sure what sort of tuneup was needed, but he definitely did better than this.
 

I guess you had to be there.
Love this song and this album.

I fear that he was not hitting on all cylinders here. Not sure what sort of tuneup was needed, but he definitely did better than this.
 kaybee wrote:
Wow I have actually never heard this piece before!  Not one of George's best, but not one of his worst either, quite enjoyable.
 
Ditto! I'm enjoying this.

Billy Preston....yeah.
I dig George................. Thanks for putting this after gently weeps on uke... {#Music}
 westslope wrote:
Obscure GH.  Cool.
 
Yessir!

Wow I have actually never heard this piece before!  Not one of George's best, but not one of his worst either, quite enjoyable.
i guess there had to be an example of how good of a regulating force the beatles were for george.  this never would have made it onto a beatles album.
When this first came out I didn't like it and now after decades later hearing again - I still don't like it. Definitely didn't improve with age.
AGREED!!!!
fredriley wrote:
It's just one of those days. I turn on RP and the first 4 tracks are 2 or below, including this one :(
Still, the tide has to turn shortly :)
 


It's just one of those days. I turn on RP and the first 4 tracks are 2 or below, including this one :(
Still, the tide has to turn shortly :)
O yes. When I first bought this album, 1st release, thought it was not very great, but like a sturdy old oak tree, Harrison's All Things Must Pass stands as one of the world's finest collection of songs ever. Bewar of Darkness is especially cosmic and spritual and is a great reminder to, Be Happy, Don't Worry.


love it...


I don't quite understand the low ratings here.  I think 7 and I really dig this album a lot.  Plus the cover rools....
this entire album is just so personal, and powerful, and haunting.  Missing GH...
Obscure GH.  Cool.
Originally Posted by Cria-cow: Just make it stop already. Crikey.
How can you say such a thing in regards to George Harrison? :evil:
Just make it stop already. Crikey.