Formal structure of  "Blue Jay Way":
Intro (verse) 0:00-0:24 q=74
Verse 1 0:24-0:49 q=74
Chorus 0:49-1:10 q=102
Verse 2 1:10-1:32 q=74
Chorus 1:32-1:53 q=102
Verse 3 1:53-2:13 q=74
Chorus 2:13-2:31 q=102
Chorus 2:31-2:49 q=102
Chorus 2:49-3:07 q=102
Chorus 3:07-3:21 q=102
Coda (chorus ) 3:21-3:55 q=102
Comments: So many contiguous choruses! Many other Beatles songs have used two choruses in a row ([44b] "Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey",  "I'm Down",  "Think For Yourself",  "Good Day Sunshine",  "It's All Too Much", and  "All You Need Is Love"), but four in a row (plus the coda, which is based on the chorus) is a new record for a Beatles track. (The previous record was "Kansas" with 4 in a row including the , but they were two different choruses - "Blue Jay Way" uses the same chorus four times in a row.)
Also notice that the formal structure is articulated by a tempo change: the verses are all quarter note = 74 beats per minute, while the choruses are all quarter note = 102 beats per minute. (If there is a metric modulation at work, I can't discern one - and I would love to be corrected.) This change is reinforced by a change in beat subdivision. The verses use duple beat divisions (straight eighths) while the choruses use triple divisions (swung eighths).
Despite being rock 'n' rollers, The Beatles were very polite in their lyrics. Of the 213 songs recorded by the Beatles and released on their albums, 25 (12%) use the word "please":
Love Me Do (1962):
"Love, love me do. You know I love you. I'll always be true, so please love me do."
"Please believe me when I tell you your lips are sweet"
Please Please Me (1963):
"Please please me like I please you"
I Want to Hold Your Hand (1963):
"Oh please say to me you'll let me be your man, and please say to me you'll let me hold your hand."
Don't Bother Me (1963):
"But till she's here please don't come near, just stay away"
Please Mr. Postman (1963):
"Please Mr. Postman look and see if there's a letter, a letter for me"
You Really Got a Hold on Me (1963):
"I love you and all that I want you to do is just hold me please, hold me squeeze, hold me"
Mr. Moonlight (1963):
"Mr. Moonlight, come again please. Here I am on my knees begging if you please."
If I Fell (1964):
"If I trust in you, oh please, don't run and hide. If I love you too, oh please, don't hurt my pride like her."
When I Get Home (1964):
"Come on, if you please, I got no time for trivialities."
You Can't Do That (1964):
"So please listen to me if you wanna stay mine"
I Don't Want to Spoil the Party (1964):
"If she turns up while I'm gone please let me know."
What You're Doing (1964):
"Please stop your lying, you got me crying girl"
Yes it Is (1965):
"Please don't wear red tonight"
Day Tripper (1965):
"Tried to please her, but she only played one night stand."
"Won't you please, please help me?"
I Need You (1965):
"Please come on back to me. I'm lonely as can be. I need you."
"Please remember how I feel about you. I could never really live without you."
Nowhere Man (1965):
"Nowhere man please listen, you don't know what you're missing."
I'm Only Sleeping (1966):
"Please don't wake me, no don't shake me, leave me where I am I'm only sleeping."
"Please don't spoil my day, I'm miles away, and after all I'm only sleeping."
Blue Jay Way (1967):
"Please don't be long, please don't you be very long, please don't be long or I may be asleep."
Martha My Dear (1968):
"Martha my dear, though I spend my days in conversation, please be good to me."
Honey Pie (1968):
"Honey Pie, you are making me crazy, I'm in love but I'm lazy, so won't you please come home."
Come Together (1969):
"He got hair down below his knee, Got to be a joker he just do what he please."
Oh! Darling (1969):
"Oh, darling, please believe me. I'll never do you no harm."
I've Got a Feeling (1969):
"Oh please believe me, I'd hate to miss the train."
P.S.: For those who are wondering, only 2 Beatles songs use "thank you":
Thank You Girl (1963):
"And all I gotta do is thank you girl, thank you girl."
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967):
"We'd like to thank you once again."
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