Post it, then tell us why
I played this record as a kid, over and over and over. Like I did The Foundations and Shocking Blue and Zager and Evans' In the Year 2525. What I loved about P, P & M's totally silly attempt at rock and roll was that chord change... that chord change.
The verse just cruises along on one chord, not unlike the whole of Sonny Bono's And the Beat Goes On. Just a groove on the I7 chord. Funky in a very white way. Let's add some bongos! But then... that chord change. It's just a relative minor, just a vi, just an Am if in C... but because we were heavy into our groovy I7, it's that groovy 7 thing daddy, that the relative minor is such a welcome and warm and wonderful hug in a faux hippy, faux acid, faux flower child on Mary Jane sort of way. I7 to vi. I DO dig it daddy!
And dig the Mama's and Papas harmonies, the nods to Donovan and The Beatles. And the absolutely stupid lyric. I dig. I do...