There is something in the way she moves,
attracts me like no other guller
as Harrison might have written in his classic song. Had he been writing about Ring-billed Gulls rather than lovers. And had he been Peter Harrison of Seabirds fame rather than George Harrison of Beatles fame, perhaps.
Anyway, Ring-billed Gulls do have a distinctive gait. They hold their heads high and stride forward on long legs.
Further proof that it may just have been Peter Harrison that penned Something is found in the third verse, which appears to urge all gull watchers to be optimistic yet also realistic...
Stick around, and it may show,
But I don't know, I don't know