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Lynne also produced the song, which was recorded for the band's Out of the Blue album in The song forms the fourth and final track of the 'Concerto for a Rainy Day' suite, on side three of the original double album, and was later released as a standalone single. The song's arrangement has been dubbed "Beatlesque", as it has similarities to Beatles songs 'Martha My Dear' and 'A Day in the Life', and it shares its unusual first four chords and harmonic rhythm with 'Yesterday'.
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The song has a prominent use of a cowbell-like sound, which is credited on the album to percussionist Bev Bevan, as that of a "fire extinguisher. When the song is performed live, a drumstick is used to strike the side of a fire extinguisher, which produces the famous sound.
A second vocoded segment at the end of the song is often incorrectly interpreted as saying 'Mister Blue Sky', but it is actually saying "Please turn me over", as it is the end of side three of the vinyl record, and the listener is being instructed to flip it over.
However, it has since become ELO's signature song, and has been one of the most downloaded and streamed songs of the s. Rod Stewart.