Wings - Little Lamb Dragonfly Lyrics




I Have No Answer For You Little Lamb
I Can Help You Out
But I Cannot Help You In
Sometimes You Think That Life Is Hard
And This Is Only One Of Them
My Heart Is Breaking For You Little Lamb
I Can Help You Out
But We May Never Meet Again

La La La La La La La La ... Etc.

Dragonfly Fly By My Window
You And I Still Have A Way To Go
Don't Know Why You Hang Around My Door
I Don't Live Here Any More
Since You Ve Gone I Never Know
I Go On, But I Miss You So

Dragonfly Don't Keep Me Waiting
I'm Waiting Can't You See Me I'm Waiting
When We Try We'll Have A Way To Go
Dragonfly You've Been Away Too Long
How Did Two Rights Make A Wrong
Since You've Gone I Never Know I Go On
But I Miss You So In My Heart
I Feel The Pain
Keeps Coming Back Again

Dragonfly Fly By My Window
I'm Flying Can't You See Me I'm Flying
You And I Can Find A Way To See
Dragonfly The Years Ahead Will Show
How Little We Really Know
Since You've Gone Its Never Right They Go On
The Lonely Nights, Come On Home
And Make It Right

My Heart Is Aching For You Little Lamb
I Can Help You Out
But I Cannot Help You In

La La La La La La La La ... Etc.





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  1. Teddy Furstman

    Macca's making an Animated Netflix Film next yet folks. :D

  2. Ok So

    "I have no answer for you little lamb
    I can help you out, but I cannot help you in
    Sometimes you think that life is hard
    And this is only one of them

    My heart is breaking for you little lamb
    I can help you out but we may never meet again

    La, la, la
    La, la, la
    La, la, la

    Dragonfly, fly by my window
    You and I still have a way to go
    Don't know why you hang around my door
    I don't live here any more
    Since you've gone I never know
    I go on, but I miss you so

    Dragonfly don't keep me waiting
    I'm waiting can't you see me I'm waiting
    When we try we'll have a way to go
    Dragonfly you've been away too long

    How did two rights make a wrong
    Since you've gone I never know I go on
    I miss you so in my heart
    I feel the pain keeps coming back again

    Dragonfly, fly by my window
    I'm flying can't you see me I'm flying
    You and I can find a way to see
    Dragonfly the years ahead will show

    How little we really know
    Since you've gone it's never right they go on
    The lonely nights, come on home
    And make it right

    My heart is aching for you little lamb
    I can help you out but I cannot help you in

    La, la, la
    - la, la, la
    La, la, la
    , la la la
    La, la, la
    La la la - la la la
    La, la, la la - la la la!"


    Such a great song. I used to listen to this after my father passed when I was eleven. The music, the lyrics - carried me into a world where maybe everything made sense. It was only until years later, that I read that this song was about death, and the connection between this world and the next. Somehow it seemed to explain to me what could not be explained. All I knew is that I was hurting, and this song made me feel MUCH better.
    I especially like these verses:




    "How did two rights make a wrong
    Since you've gone I never know I go on
    I miss you so in my heart
    I feel the pain keeps coming back again

    Dragonfly, fly by my window
    I'm flying can't you see me I'm flying
    You and I can find a way to see
    Dragonfly the years ahead will show

    How little we really know
    Since you've gone it's never right they go on
    The lonely nights, come on home
    And make it right

    My heart is aching for you little lamb
    I can help you out but I cannot help you in

    La, la, la
    La, la, la
    La, la, la"


    p.s. This isn't the only Paul McCartney song that has brought me peace. There are many others.
    And on a side note, I was fortunate that I got to meet his son, James and chat with him for a few minutes after one of his shows. We talked about family, his mom Linda, and his siblings, and of course his famous dad! They both have some great music that makes you not only enjoy the rhythms and melodies, but also the lyrics, too.

  3. WALRUS LENNON

    this is a masterpice.

  4. Kare p

    🎶💕🎶💕🎶💕🥰

  5. Joy Stinson

    A masterpiece macca gem song.

  6. MORGAN5005

    Master of Melody.

  7. lady madonna

    Love it.

  8. Bill Sharkey

    Great song , would work stripped back !!!!!

  9. Dino Notopuro

    Great guitar work 👍🏽from henry mccullough (rip)

  10. Intellesque

    Mozart or Beethoven would have been pleased to have composed this ever lasting composition!

    Joy Stinson

    Intellesque , very true......SEVERAL of his tunes sound as if composer was a classical master.....there’s one on McCartney 2, a regular song, not electronica that sounds like a classical composer....there are many like this throughout his solo decades.

  11. Alberto Tejeda

    Paul is from another planet! Never heard this before but sounds very very good !

  12. Frank Kelly

    Do you feel the pain of Linda having flown, Paul?

  13. JAMES Fair

    Such an underrated album and song. Such a beautiful song in all ways.

    joe robson

    Paul was still being blamed for breaking up the Beatles at this point. So there was backlash to his Solo stuff

  14. N Domitus

    I didn't much care for this album when it came out, I was 13. Now I find I love it and appreciate the musicianship & writing much more than I did, I guess *the album* grew up.

    Joy Stinson

    N Domitus , I was EXACTLY the same way then and have renewed awe of this album now.

  15. Patricia G. Portillo

    Such a beautiful tune. Who creates such a beautiful song about a dragon fly, a lamb, a dog named Jet and sheepdog named Martha? Only a Genius. That is Paul...

    MORGAN5005

    El mùsico pop màs influyente del siglo XX :)

    Greg Pineda

    And a raccoon named Rocky.Rocky Raccoon is one of the famous,amazing and incredible Beatles songs found in the Beatles's White album recorded in 1968!!!

  16. Greg Pineda

    Sir Paul McCartney is a type of mega rock and roll star or rocker that only "comes every 100 years" or perhaps even longer just like Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

  17. Ed Benson

    U really think so. Listen more closely.

  18. J. C.

    First time hearing this... Beautiful...

    Martin Smith

    I feel so glad that some people are discovering this for the first time.

    joe robson

    Welcome aboard

  19. John Saker

    Thank you, Lesley-Ann Jones.

  20. David Haley

    So beautiful

  21. Gerry Coogan

    Incomparable song. Paul, the tunesmith, was at the absolute peak of his peerless melodic gifts when he produced this torrent of inventive creativity. Every phrase is an earworm, every section is crammed full of irresistible hooks.
    Even though it's well over six minutes long, I can never listen to it only once. It goes on repeat play every time I hear it.

    Indescribably beautiful and utterly sublime.

    Mary Manz

    Gerry Coogan can’t stop listening to this myself!

    Ed Benson

    I agree. One of his best songs dedicated to John Lennon
    “The years of hate will show”
    “How little we really know”

    Mary Manz

    @Ed Benson the words are, "the years ahead will show"

    Gerry Coogan

    I think the line is actually,
    "The years ahead will show..."
    But, yeah, I think there are lots of lines in this song which suggest Paul could have been writing about his relationship to John at that time, even if only at a subconscious level. I think I once heard Paul saying in an interview that he doesn't recall specifically whether or not he was thinking about John while he was writing it but he was pretty vague about it.
    Officially, the song was inspired by a very sick, orphaned lamb on the McCartneys' farm.

  22. ThinWhiteAxe

    Amazing piece of music, so evocative.

  23. _ Max1851

    What is the meaning of this song? It's great, but I have no clue what it means.
    :/

    Lorenzo Coscia

    detoxication, rehab

    Joy Stinson

    _ Max1851 , some think it’s about him and John but he said about a lamb that died on his farm.....

    Joy Stinson

    Lorenzo Coscia , dude didn’t go there...John needed to go but didn’t.

    Joy Stinson

    Ed Benson , folks said it was.....yes, that stuff between all of them, to include George and his interviews, was EMBARRASSING. Grown men should have kept that between themselves.

    Joy Stinson

    Frank Kelly m hadn’t heard this one

  24. Sheryl Elliott

    I have listened to this over and over today. Love it

  25. Frank James

    can't believe I hadn't heard this before, it's incredible

    Fuz Capp

    Yeah - absolutely one of his very very best. A real hidden gem. One for the McCartney purist.

    Jennifer B

    @Gerry Coogan Me too Gerry. Nostalgic day today, has to be sometimes, this is one of the best of Paul's songs after the Beatles ...

    Gerene Murphy

    it so is, too!

    Joy Stinson

    Gerry Coogan , AMEN....are you referring to the Bless You John song? It is my FAVORITE John solo Beatle song. You have good taste, dude.

    Rafael Gongora

    Same here 🔥🔥🔥

  26. Steve Kountz

    Sounds better than ever.

  27. fangirl00x

    Great song

  28. michael johnson

    One of my favourite Wings tunes.

    lynne cummings

    Such a sad song full of Paul's emotion. Love the way he changes the song, like two different, just love it.

    Sebastian Maharg

    This song is actually not a Wings song, technically. It was recorded during the Ram sessions in late 1970.

  29. Carlos Jaras

    A great track