History Music / JohnLennon

24th Feb '17 2:08:31 PM karategal
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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about being closer to [[ParentalSubstitute Paul [=McCartney=]]] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.

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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious neglectful relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has who's been quite open about being closer to [[ParentalSubstitute Paul [=McCartney=]]] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.
24th Feb '17 1:30:22 PM karategal
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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about being closer to Paul [=McCartney=] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.

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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about being closer to [[ParentalSubstitute Paul [=McCartney=] [=McCartney=]]] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.
24th Feb '17 1:09:06 PM karategal
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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about him being closer to Paul [=McCartney=] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.

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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about him being closer to Paul [=McCartney=] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.
24th Feb '17 12:59:22 PM karategal
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* DisappearedDad: Lennon had a distant and often contentious relationship with his oldest son Julian, who has been quite open about him being closer to Paul [=McCartney=] than his own father. The song "Hey Jude" was written by [=McCartney=] to console Julian over his parents' divorce and Lennon's perpetual absence.
2nd Feb '17 2:36:28 PM Ezclee4050
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* PungeonMaster: He was very fond of playing around with words. His books and other non-music writing practically overdose on puns.
8th Jan '17 9:54:12 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Lennon liked to write in the first person. As his career went on and especially after he met Yoko Ono his music became more personal and even exhibitionistic, with a lot of songs dealing with his relationship with her and his own search for truth, love and wisdom in life.
27th Nov '16 4:19:20 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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!!! "Gimme Some Tropes":

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!!! "Gimme Some Tropes":
"Nobody told me there'd be tropes like this...":
15th Oct '16 11:48:28 AM IshiMatsu615
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* CrazyJealousGuy: "Run for Your Life" (for The Beatles) and "Jealous Guy". [[OldShame He later regretted writing]] "Run for Your Life" due to the highly misogynistic lyrics (in which he threatens to kill a girlfriend if she's unfaithful).

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* CrazyJealousGuy: "Run for Your Life" (for The Beatles) and "Jealous Guy". [[OldShame He later regretted writing]] "Run for Your Life" due to the highly misogynistic sexist lyrics (in which he threatens to kill a girlfriend if she's unfaithful).
7th Sep '16 9:09:06 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* ChristmasRushed: ''Double Fantasy'' was originally conceived as a double album, but John and Yoko eventually opted to put out the songs that were ready as a single album in order to get the record out in time for the 1980 holiday shopping season. The songs left off the album were eventually released, with Lennon's in varying states of completion, on ''Milk and Honey''.
7th Sep '16 9:08:22 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* BillingDisplacement: ''Film/HowIWonTheWar'', a 1966 film in which Lennon has a supporting role as Private Gripweed, was marketed with Lennon prominently featured. Creator/RogerEbert noted this in a [[http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/19680107/REVIEWS/801070301/1023 contemporary review]] of the film and it [[http://www.seat42f.com/how-i-won-the-war-dvd-contest.html remains true]] in the recent DVD release.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Lennon liked to write in the first person. As his career went on and especially after he met Yoko Ono his music became more personal and even exhibitionistic, with a lot of songs dealing with his relationship with her and his own search for truth, love and wisdom in life.
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