John Lennon Anthology

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Do We Have

    SOME LOVE WE CAN NEVER HAVE We live in a world where there had been an old debate of whether love listens to mind or heart. It depends on the person, the motive, the truth in the love. But still sometimes we wonder our minds around every possibility how we can win in love and every time we fall for some angel and act dumb. We are one among the sea of people in this world waiting for their love story to be drafted, edited and get applied in life. Then we spot someone in the crowd and our mind stops. The world around us slows down; the earth beneath our feet starts moving and it’s like our lips couldn’t search for the right words. It’s just like our heart drifting away from us in the air where we want to stop it but the flow of the love is so much that it just gets stolen. Our mind keeps us reminding how we are thousands of miles and poles apart, but we kind of mute our mind just to feel that fresh feeling which we know may not last forever. It feels like we can never be complete without their love which we need to feel safe. Only thing we dream about is having our hand in theirs and just live in the moment. And we think we can conquer the world after getting drowned in love. We let our guard fall for them and make our day revolve around them. They live; we drown in search for that happy feeling we daydream about. In a race of finding a person who will love us we sometimes forget to love ourselves. We let love cloud our vision and drift our heart and mind away and every time…

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  • Beatles And Drugs And The Beatles

    LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) was little know at this time, but still legal, and was commonly used by John, Paul, George, and Ringo. It had an “[immense] effect on the Beatles songwriting and recording” (“Beatles and Drugs”). The first released song to mention acid was “Day Tripper,” but “over time its influence resulted in less explicit and more abstract references to acid” (“Beatles and Drugs”). The song most commonly associated with The Beatles use of LSD is “Lucy in the Sky with…

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  • John Lennon And John Mccannon Analysis

    of all time but stated the group had sold 600 million albums. Fifteen years after this report one can only imagine the amount of Beatles albums sold today. Together John Lennon and Paul McCartney co-wrote 180 out of the roughly 245 Beatles songs while the remaining songs were written with or by other band mates. The Lennon McCartney songwriting duo is as historical in the field of music as any. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were only together as a band for seven…

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  • Tainted Love Analysis

    "Tainted Love Or Tainted Music" Musician, songwriter, and record producer of the 50's and 60's Ed Cobb wrote the memorable song "Tainted Love" in 1964. Cobb's profession of musician and songwriter has been marked as a renowned songwriter of his time. Cobb played in the band the Four Preps and wrote for several famous musical artists like the Standells, Fleetwood Mac, and Pink Floyd, just to name a few. The talents of Cobb's work has boosted musicians fame with the enjoyment of his lyrics. His…

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  • Narrative Essay On My American Dream

    My parents emigrated to this country thirty-four years ago from Mexico. My father had a grade school education and my mother had a middle school education. They had a deep desire to improve their lives, and having that American dream everybody talks about. The American dream they had in mind was giving their children what they couldn’t have, due to the lack of funds. Due to their limited English and lack of education the only available work was low paying manual labor. My mother worked in the…

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  • The Beatles And Rolling Stones Similarities

    The Beatles mostly sang about peace and love, experimenting with different concepts on the subject and various instruments. George Harrison introduced the sitar in some of their later albums. Originally, they started as a simple pop band and eventually grew and developed into a rock and roll band. Most of their fan base was composed of teenage girls, while the Rolling Stones attracted every one of every age. They would have to think of creative and clever ways to sneak lyrics about sex and drugs…

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  • John Lennon's Song Imagine

    music as at the same time irreducibly cultural and intimately related to its structural properties’”. In this essay I will attempt to outline in detail, John Lennon’s song ‘Imagine’ and how cultural and structural properties of the track contribute to the ideology of world peace and harmony as well as a hint of anti-religion. The essay will describe the background of John Lennon and the release of the song ‘Imagine’, as well as the reception of the song both before and after the Lennon…

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  • Daddy Poem Analysis

    Series of Reconstruction Life is a series of reconstruction. People will face many hardships in their life - hardships that will break them down and bring them to the abyss of despair. Despite this cruel reality, there is beauty, for these events present the opportunity for growth: the chance to put themselves back together and learn from the experience. Not everyone will be able to conquer these challenges, however, for countless are maimed from the adversities of life and left…

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  • Free Fallin Analysis

    girl broken hearted. The boy takes to the road to enjoy the freedom that he has just given himself by letting go of the girl. Eventually, his feelings find him, and the boy concludes that he misses the girl he left behind. He realizes that he still loves her. ‘Free Fallin’’ makes many allusions to the Californian landscape that surrounded Petty at the time that he wrote the lyrics. Ventura Boulevard and Mulholland district are places within Los Angeles that are intertwined in Petty’s lyrics…

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  • The Parent Trap: Movie Analysis

    1. Thesis statement a. The 1998 version of The Parent Trap is a soundtrack film with many nostalgic aspects in the music, which changed the way audiences viewed this version of the film compared to the original 1961 version. 2. Use of nostalgia in film a. “As texts move through history, they encounter new audiences, are placed in new contexts, or gather new historical and cultural resonances. Thus, the political and social function of texts’ nostalgia inevitably change.” (Dwyer, 2015) i. This…

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