No No Song

"No No Song" is a 1974 song recorded by English musician Ringo Starr. Written by Hoyt Axton and David Jackson, it appeared on Starr's 1974 album, Goodnight Vienna. It was released as a single in the US on 27 January 1975, backed with "Snookeroo," and reached #1 in Canada and #3 in the US.


No No Song (C)(WORD)
No No Song (C)(PDF)

No No Song (F)(WORD)
No No Song (F)(PDF)

YOU CAN PLAY IN THE SAME KEY AS THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING USING THE (C) SONGSHEET! I will put it in the PDF in both C and F but we may do it in F on BUG night.

The lyrics describe a series of attempts to sell Colombian marijuana, Spanish cocaine and Tennessean moonshine to a recovered addict, who refuses it all. Harry Nilsson provides backing vocals. In 1975, the song's co-writer, Hoyt Axton, released his own version of the song, featuring Cheech and Chong, on his album Southbound. That same year, Joe Dassin released a French language adaptation of the song, "Moi j'ai dit non" ("Me, I Said No"). Another French version, "(Non non non non) Je suis un mari fidèle," ("I'm a Faithful Husband") was released that year by Robert Demontigny for the Québec market in Canada.

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