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 Post subject: The Beatles
PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2011 7:52 am 
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a continuation from this thread... (help me out Mods...)

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Turn off your mind, relax
and float downstream
It is not dying
It is not dying

Lay down all thought
Surrender to the void
It is shining
It is shining

That you may see
The meaning of within
It is being
It is being

That love is all
And love is everyone
It is knowing
It is knowing

That ignorance and hate
May mourn the dead
It is believing
It is believing

But listen to the
color of your dreams
It is not living
It is not living

Or play the game
existence to the end
Of the beginning
Of the beginning
Of the beginning
Of the beginning
Of the beginning
Of the beginning
Of the beginning

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I think that is one of the most important Beatles songs ever!!

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I think that is one of the most important Beatles songs ever!!

beside "A day in the life" of course!!!!

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am more of an early Beatles fan
had a life size poster of em in my room
dad realized then I was lost for classical music ...

so underrated these days



few weeks ago at a supermarket queue there was this 14 year old girl wearing a Beatles t shirt
told her I liked her shirt
"well thank you sir"
thought of "When I'm 64" at that moment ... :mrgreen:


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A track from an album that is still in my top 5 albums of all time


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My Beatles album top 10...

1. The Beatles
2. Rubber Soul
3. Revolver
4. Abbey Road
5. Magical Mystery Tour
6. Sgt Pepper
7. A Hard Day's Night
8. Let It Be
9. Help!
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Scarface Ron wrote:
My Beatles album top 10...

1. The Beatles
2. Rubber Soul
3. Revolver
4. Abbey Road
5. Magical Mystery Tour
6. Sgt Pepper
7. A Hard Day's Night
8. Let It Be
9. Help!
10. Meet the Beatles

would be one of my top 3 ;)

I think Abbey Road would be my number 1.
But it's hard to tell... I love the stereo-box.... it's awesome because yesterday I bought a new soundsystem (bose) and I'm overwhelmed listening to the Beatles again.

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I think Sgt Pepper is an excellent album, but it's the only Beatles album that is a bit dated to my ears.

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eventually every album will be dated no?
in the ear of the listener ...
and then in 2064 youngsters discover Sgt Pepper again :mrgreen:

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