John Lennon

NOUN
  1. English rock star and guitarist and songwriter who with Paul McCartney wrote most of the music for the Beatles (1940-1980)
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  • You must check with me on your John Lennon arcana.
  • His most recent tattoo, across his lower back reads, with a nod to John Lennon: ‘All You Need Is Love’.
  • The album's lyrics are not even good enough to be complimented as doggerel, more Neil Lennon than John Lennon.
  • Starr's talents have been underrated since John Lennon's famous quip, when asked if his bandmate was the best drummer in the world, that "he's not even the best drummer in tbe Beatles". Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • John Lennon gained iconic status following his death.
  • Mark Chapman, who shot John Lennon dead 20 years ago, has lost his first bid for parole.
  • John Lennon used Buddhist mantras in the lyrics of his music such as Across the Universe.
  • Living is Easy with Eyes Closed. John Lennon 
  • Wars will end, people of different religions will engage in celebratory mutual ambi-sexual dry-humping, and the world will become a real-life John Lennon song complete with unruly pubic bushes. The Secret to Success: Crawling Before You Can Walk
  • The band count John Lennon among their influences.
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