Get your Mojo workin'.
Poor Yoko was the target of a lot of wrath from Beatles fans for being the supposed cause of the group's breakup. I was ignorant of the wildly romantic story of John and Yoko's relationship until recently. I noticed Yoko in this clip, and now that I know something about John's and Yoko's mutual devotion and passion (and, reading a bit into it, trust and openness), this song takes on added meaning.I've heard it a million times, but this is the first time I ever saw John's love and need for Yoko in his face as he sang it, and now I understand the song.Thank you!
I also learned of this uniquely beautiful, intense mutual love recently. You discuss it here quite well. All I have been saying is listen to John's singing and cut Yoko some slack.And it's a lesson to us all. Do not judge the love of two people other than yourself and your own love. And even then, just roll with it, and 'give love a chance'.
I beleive yesterday is the 40th Anniversary of the best improptu rooftop concert that can ever be, in part filmed and shown here. Man, I'm old.
Regarding the rooftop concert, I did have the data correct. For more information, seehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles#Let_It_Be_project_and_breakup
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