Fav Track: I Am the Walrus (MMT)
“Because John was just trying to mess around with the public when people where trying to analyze his lyrics. It would seem to be a song with lyrics that have a secret meaning but Lennon meant for it to be nonsence. I totally dig it man I mean people are always trying to analyze my art in a political sence or their own point of view. Citizen of Nutopia forever.”
“I love this song because of its creativity and phycoticness. John said that the song was suppose to represent the sound of industrialization being made. I think this song really represents his artistic analysis and thought process of things even though he said he really couldn't remember half the things he said. I think he also made a good decision putting Yoko Ono's voice at the end even though it probably ticked George off.”
Revolution 9 on 3rd May 11.
- Member since
- 01 May 11
- Fav album
- The Beatles
“I can truley say I love every song on this album. Each song is so lyrical and are becoming more mature. The songs have more meaning and Lennons play on words like his books is truley amazing. Happiness is a warm gun, revolution number 9 are the most interesting and unique songs i ever listened to and the songs really reach into the depth of history. The Beatles always had a way of explaining what was going on around them through their songs.”
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