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Here is what "Wouldn't It Be Nice" sounds like without the instrumentals.

Few musical groups have ever come close to the Beach Boys in terms of vocal talent.

"Wouldn't It Be Nice" is a song written by Brian Wilson, Tony Asher and Mike Love for the Beach Boys. It was the opening track on their 1966 album Pet Sounds. Brian Wilson constructed the song's symphonic Wall of Sound arrangement using a variety of instruments not normally associated with popular music of its time, including accordions and a detuned twelve string guitar. After recording the instrumental track, the Beach Boys overdubbed their voices to Wilson's exact specifications.

Without Instuments

With Vocals and Instruments

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