Beatles fandom is always going to be one of those things it's best to just let them get on with things. Best of luck to them. There was a slightly less weird homage to the spectacled singer however, in the form of a jovial musical. His own songs, in fact. As you may 'imagine' - Yoko Ono was a large part in the creative processes behind the production, and with Beatles songs under a firewall of copyright, led critics to see the songs as being rather 'Ono-centric'. Ono thought however, that John would've loved it.
The age old theory that money can't buy you everything however turned out to be the case for "Lennon", which was critically panned and played for 42 shows. The New York Daily News were particularly harsh, saying the musical "not only adds nothing to your appreciation or understanding of John Lennon. If anything, its listless presentation of the events of his life will diminish your sense of who he was.
I watch the dust dance across the floor. It used to be so easy to ignore the sun has set, but the sun will rise. What can I do? It was all for you, it was all for you. Not That Simple. Another one has already wrung all of the tear drops from your eyes. Still every time you smile I think that everything is gonna be just fine. I know, I got no fight. Never gonna be simple. Wedding Song. When you found me I was broken clear in two.
My heart was split wide open, tired of hoping, tired of playing the fool. But you did what I thought nobody could do. Now you ask for nothing more than to be by my side.
And when you say it like you say it, Love, your smile makes it easy to oblige. All the hurting and the flirting that I thought would never end. If you were holding my hand. Oh Brother can we please go back? I miss the river and the railroad track. I gotta know if it all still means what I thought it did when I was seventeen.
Was born a winner now I live to lose. And every day is up and down, like the price of gasoline.
And go limping home to Caroline, where the rain will fall and the sun will shine. Nobody else can tell you what it takes. You put your heart on a shelf or you let it break.
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The rain came down with the thunder and the lightning. I do believe that we will pay for our mistakes. But the songs we sing together are the ones that bring me home. A Life for You. So give me a kiss, give me a smile, guess this is it before the final bullets sing. I wanna see you spread your wings. This is a game I never learned to play.
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So if I gave a little, would you give a little? Or would you take all that I got? If you had a little, would you save a little piece? For Eleanora. Whatcha drinking, Eleanora? Got your eye on the top shelf? Is he hitting you again? They took all your money your jewelry and your fancy cloths and they called you a junkie, came just to hear you miss a note.
Fancy Car. What a fancy car you ride in when you go when you go winding down the mountain nice and slow. Not Over Yet. I used to be a little girl in the back seat of the car, wearing hand me down tee shirts Stan Rogers on the tape deck, and I knew all the words Every day we fought the good fight and every day was glory and sure enough the sun would come and rise up every morning and everything I ever knew I learned from bedtime stories.
I never felt so fearless as I did today when the rain clouds started lifting and the southern sky was pink and grey I stood outside and shivered until they took it all away. Better Woman. Different glass, the same old wine same old trouble on my mind, keeps me lonesome all the time. The sky was battle grey the trees were barren and afraid I had half a mind to let you go but I was a child, and you were a wild thing and there was just so much I had to know. We set out in late October, moving cross the frozen ground and we could see it in the stars we knew that we were glory bound we were looking for an answer, looking for a sign and we were waiting on a savior come and ease our worried minds.
Last night they came while we were sleeping, Lord they did not make a sound and I took a bullet to the breast, saw my blood spill on the ground when the sun come I heard voices say this boy cannot be saved so they bowed their heads in prayer and they dug a shallow grave. He was waiting in the morning for to take you home waiting in the morning for to take you home, he was waiting in the morning for to take you home.
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