Template:Use British English. Written and produced by frontman Jeff Lynne , the song forms the fourth and final track of the "Concerto for a Rainy Day" suite, on side three of the original double album. It was released as a cover by Weezer on their self titled album: Weezer Teal Album in The song's arrangement has been called " Beatlesque ",  bearing similarities to Beatles songs " Martha My Dear " and " A Day in the Life "   while harmonically it shares its unusual first four chords and harmonic rhythm with " Yesterday ". The arrangement makes prominent use of a cowbell sound,  although this is credited on the album to percussionist Bev Bevan , as that of a " fire extinguisher ". Plus the musical ambush on "way" at 2. Kitsch, yet truly exhilarating.
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Despite dozens of other classics vying for the title, the hit was selected by a fifth of all respondents. What a great thing. Lynne also shared the honor on his Facebook page and Twitter account. The survey, commissioned by Greatest Hits Radio , released the top 50 songs it says are most likely to put you in a good mood. Researchers add that 58 percent of adults say the songs which made them the happiest were the ones released in their youth. Greatest Hits Radio presenter Pat Sharp explains that music can have a powerfully uplifting effect on listeners, especially those still dealing with the coronavirus lockdown. Like studies? Follow us on Facebook!
What's the story, Mr. Blue Did she pull the rug from under you Did she chop your dreams up two by two And kick them out the door I could sympathize you, son But pity words stick to my tongue And sorry words have all been sung So many times before Oh, Mr. Blue, you blew your chances long ago Oh, Mr. Blue, you're through Quit acting like you didn't know Hang on one more day or two Then I promise I'll be laying you Odds that she's found someone new While you stand around and rust She don't need no part-time man With no part-time answer understand She don't want an hour's fall of sand For a lifetime full of dust Oh, Mr. Blue, you're through Quit acting like you didn't know Mr. Blue, you missed the shot Didn't turn out quite the way you thought It would, I'll bet, cause you got caught Out playing Donald Juan She's got polish, she's got class And someday when on the street you pass her house You'll wonder why the grass Looks greener on her lawn Oh, Mr. Blue, you're through Quit acting like it isn't so. Joni introduced the song this way on November 15, at the Wisdom Tooth: The next song is kind of a chop suey or a chicken chow mein song - a mulligan stew song.