Who - Pictures of Lily

About "Pictures of Lily"

"Pictures of Lily" is a single by the British rock band the Who, written by guitarist and primary songwriter Pete Townshend. In 1971, "Pictures of Lily" was included in the Who album Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy, a compilation of previously released singles.

Townshend coined the term "power pop" when he used it to describe the song in a May 1967 interview with NME.

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