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    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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    allowing outrageous opinions to be published as fact. The opinion in question is that of Yoko Ono’s contribution to contemporary art as a multi-cultural icon. This paper will argue that the only boundaries that exist, stem from those who have superficial authority over an artist’s career. The simple fact that this author had developed such a specifically vague list of artistic denominations that Yoko influenced, yet she refused to accept them, is in itself hilarious. First of all, there is…

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    LIFE AFTER THE BEATLES After the breakup of The Beatles, Lennon expected to feel free and liberated but felt the opposite. Lennon, with the encouragement of Yoko Ono, turned to “primal scream therapy,” where he relived traumatic moments of his childhood and relieved the tension that built up through screaming and crying. Lennon later said, “I’m not bitter anymore . . . I meditate and I cry” (Corbin 99). Lennon and Yoko Ono had a falling out in 1973, when she forced Lennon to move out. Lennon…

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    to the ‘British Nationality law’ in the 1940s, people from the commonwealth islands (including India) had been immigrating to the UK for nearly 20 years – this meant that people of the Hindu and other religions had already introduced these faiths into British society and the world was already changing to be more cultural before the Beatles choice to follow them. The band only created higher popularity for these faiths amongst the population. Also their views on Christianity and Catholicism…

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    Andy Dwyer Andy Dwyer is a talented musician, aspiring detective, and one of the most honest and genuine friends on television. On the television show Parks and Recreation, the character Andy Dwyer is played by actor Chris Pratt. Andy Dwyer is a happy-go-lucky 20 something year old musician, that dreams of being a cop. Unfortunately, his lack of ambition tends to interfere with bringing that dream into fruition. However, anything that he may lack in ambition he more than makes up for with…

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    and to box off a small area of the studio space that would allow people to look through the window. Vintage audio collectors, Hewitt, Richard Scott and Ian Prior’s collection of original Strawberry equipment completed the building process, with Hewitt supplying one of Iron Maiden's desks as a stand-in for the untraceable Strawberry Studios original mixing desk. Bordering the control room were items borrowed from the Chris Hewitt Museum of Rock, such as: Fleetwood Mac’s first WEM PA System…

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    that can sway readers to either see or not see the film being discussed. Regarding the main points of the documentary, Cheshire states:As its cumbersome title indicates, the documentary was founded on the wise choice of not trying to make a single feature that would encompass the band’s entire career. Rather, in focusing on the years when the band became the first ever to mount several world-spanning tours, it offers two things at once: a history of the Beatles during the years of their initial…

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    Man Tunes Essay The Beatles were a Liverpool based rock band formed in the 1950s. Now over 60 years after their start, The Beatles are nearly unanimously known as the greatest musical group in at least the past 100 years. I selected their song “In My Life” as the subject of my Man Tunes assignment. The song “In My Life” was written by Lennon and McCartney for the 1965 album Rubber Soul. The song has a runtime of 2 minutes and 26 seconds and was placed 5th on Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the…

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    Loyalty: The Symbolically Toxic Trait Songs about love have been a large part of our music industry for several decades now. As a result, it is no surprise that several artists write have had several different perspectives on the topic. There are several songs such as “All You Need is Love” by The Beatles, where they frame it as one of the most magical feelings a person can possibly feel. On the other side of the perspective, there are artists that decide to get analytical about it. “Loyalty” by…

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    The Beatles formed in Liverpool, England. John Lennon was in a band called the Quarry Men before The Beatles formed. When John met Paul McCartney, who was introduced through a friend, he was impressed by his talent with a guitar and asked Paul to join the band. Paul agreed to the offer. At age 14 George Harrison became the newest member. This took awhile to happen since George was so young. . Paul try to persuade John to let him join, but John didn’t give. After awhile of persistence from Paul,…

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