Be still, my heart...WOW, I don't think I've ever seen that one before...the smiles, the silliness, our beautiful Beatles. Thank you, Ms. Moon.Oh John, has it really been 30 years???? I miss you still, and George as well, your words and music a part of my soul forever.
i have been waiting all these virgin days for THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!come link your magic.your song.your perfectwild motherself.xoxoxoxoxoxoxo,rebecca
I do miss that man so! I can't believe it has been 30 years either.
lulumarie- I am so glad to give that one to you.rebecca- Linked!Lois- I know. I still cry when I think of him.
What pure fun! Though I must say it made my eyes mist up to think of John and George.... to remember what a crush I had on Paul. . . but I giggled at Ringo's dancing feet.
Yes, a classic. Like "Let It Be", the Beatles had it pegged. A fine post.I've been away, but picked up where I left off.Peace.
Brilliant idea! They sure knew how to sing and write. At least they created a large body of work before disbanding.
Meri- I do love Ringo. He seems so joyful. Spadoman- Nice to have you back! Paula Scott- And an IMPORTANT one, too. My daughter Jessie and I were just talking about the Beatles and how every generation discovers them and how EVERYONE knows Beatles songs. They were something.
What a lovely surprise to not only see those whipper snapper Beatles back in the day, but here this wonderful song again. Whenever I am in NYC I make a pilgrimage to Strawberry Fields and the Lennon memorial.
Well, I can't see the image soOOOo I'll have to google it I guess! I loved George and Ringo the best! I was thinking of John this morning for some reason! I was telling my daughter how he died a violent death! I did envy Paul's first wife though, Linda back in the day! hehe
I had to come back today, one day later,December 8th, just to mention this:RIP John Lennon (and George)Peace
Fran- If I ever went to NYC, I would do the same.turquoise- Hello! Thanks for coming by and commenting. Spadoman- I know. It was that day again. Still missing our John. And George, yes.
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