What does Hela heba helloa mean? (By the Beatles)?
What does Hela heba helloa mean?
Yes i know that it is by the Beatles.
And/or what language is it?
- comicaldadLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
From the song Hello/Goodbye...I thought they were saying Hey-ya, Hello hello-ya
Looked into it further...lyrics webpage says "Hela, heba helloa" just as you did...I think they just had fun with the words to create a great fadeout to the song.Source(s): My opinion only http://www.lyrics007.com/The%20Beatles%20Lyrics/He...
- Anonymous4 years ago
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Not being cynical, but I think it means the lads had run out of pot and were greeting their dealer when the dimebag finally arrived in the studio. Seriously: some sort of meanningless utterance to fill space, brought on by what they felt at the time was a sophisticated surge of creativity though it was merely the useless ramblings of intoxicated hairy men.
- 1 decade ago
It's just one of those things where they make weird noises with the lyrics...it's not another language, and it's Hela, Heika He-lloa....