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Beatles greetings from Live at the BBC. It’s funny how John greets!

Beatles greetings from Live at the BBC. It’s funny how John greets!

I read an article by Mark Radcliffe in which he said that he is definitely hetero but when he saw George Harrison for the first time in the flesh he thought he was the most beautiful specimen of humanity he had ever seen. 

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They look so sexy wearing that hat!

They look so sexy wearing that hat!

"Before Yoko and I met, we were half a person. You know there’s an old myth about people being half and the other half being in the sky, or in heaven or on the other side of the universe or a mirror image. But we are two halves, and together we’re a whole"

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One night, he was sobbing. “Don’t leave me alone. Don’t die on me.” “But, John, I’m older than you, so it’s natural that I go first.” “No, you can’t. You just can’t.” But another day, he said very calmly, “If you died, I’m going to make a soup out of you, and drink it. We will finally be one body then.” He seemed to be inspired by that idea and said it to people who were working for us. “You know, if Yoko died, I’m going to make a soup out of her, and drink it…” They all looked stone-faced, as if he didn’t say anything unusual. John sounded like a little boy when he was saying that. A little boy who thought of a great idea.-An excerpt from John’s Last Days: A Remembrance by Yoko Ono.

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One night, he was sobbing. “Don’t leave me alone. Don’t die on me.” “But, John, I’m older than you, so it’s natural that I go first.” “No, you can’t. You just can’t.” But another day, he said very calmly, “If you died, I’m going to make a soup out of you, and drink it. We will finally be one body then.” He seemed to be inspired by that idea and said it to people who were working for us. “You know, if Yoko died, I’m going to make a soup out of her, and drink it…” They all looked stone-faced, as if he didn’t say anything unusual. John sounded like a little boy when he was saying that. A little boy who thought of a great idea.
-An excerpt from John’s Last Days: A Remembrance by Yoko Ono.

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