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Posted By: crystal cromwell

Posted On: Dec 8, 2006
Views: 914
december 8th, 2006

miss you John


Posted By: Eileen Keely

Posted On: Dec 8, 2006
Views: 912
RE: december 8th, 2006

I'm reading a biograpy about John Lennon as a tribute to him. It's still hard after all these years to believe he's gone. I often feel his presence....


Posted By: Camille

Posted On: Dec 8, 2006
Views: 906
RE: december 8th, 2006

Sure do miss the guy. His words and voice will resonate with me forever. I sing Imagine in my head when all seems to be too much. What a song to bring it all together. Thank you John, for giving us you.


Posted By: crystal

Posted On: Dec 8, 2006
Views: 903
RE: december 8th, 2006

just makes me feel better to know that theres other people out there thinking about John too...its 10:20pm, the time is close, but tomorrow is another day...haven't seen anything about John on the news--hope people aren't starting to forget--but in a way Im glad, I don't want MDC to get off on having his thilthy name mentioned anymore than he already has....peace


Posted By: Vera

Posted On: Dec 9, 2006
Views: 898
RE: RE: december 8th, 2006

The Dream is Over

Sing to me like you did before,
When you showed me how you won the war.
When love was all and love was real,
With grapefruit served at every meal…
Those are the days I miss the most,
And haunt like a forgotten ghost.

In an empty garden near Central Park
We passed a broken question Mark,
And watched to spirits dancing strange
As they passed into revolver range.
That night we asked a falling star
Urgent, "Do you know who you are?"

Walking on ice for twenty-six years,
The world is weary of blood and of tears.
Where is our dreamweaver, who sang so sincere?
Where is the voice that we once held so dear?
The dream is over; it was hardly begun
Lost to the world down the barrel of a gun.

The dream is over.
© Vera Nix


Posted By: crystal

Posted On: Dec 9, 2006
Views: 896
RE: december 8th, 2006

thank you


Posted By: jimmy

Posted On: Dec 11, 2006
Views: 890
RE: december 8th, 2006

still i dont know why you guys want to remember john in his death annyversary!!why not his b-day!!!!come on people!


Posted By: Vera

Posted On: Dec 11, 2006
Views: 887
RE: december 8th, 2006

But we do.


Posted By: crystal

Posted On: Dec 11, 2006
Views: 885
RE: december 8th, 2006

I remember John every day, I was merely commenting that it was "the day" when the world was changed (for the worse).....it's important also for younger people to know how and when John died


Posted By: jimmy

Posted On: Dec 13, 2006
Views: 879
RE: december 8th, 2006

i think we all know when and how john died.for those who want to that is


Posted By: crystal

Posted On: Dec 14, 2006
Views: 874
RE: december 8th, 2006

Well, there are always new fans all of the time, some of which are 10-15 years old and maybe have county-music parents that can't help them to get to know the Beatles, so they go online, to sites like this, to find out info, you can't just assume that everyone that wants to know does know. With the release of LOVE, I am sure there are many new fans that perhaps haven't ever HEARD Beatle music before, so it is important to keep them informed, and to show them that maybe there aren't that many fans in their age group, but there are still millions of fans out there that they can relate to.


Posted By: jimmy

Posted On: Dec 15, 2006
Views: 868
RE: RE: december 8th, 2006

im just one of the many young beatles fans and too think that there should be more of a tribute to them,since without the beatles then we really wouldnt have the music we have today wich is ruining our society!


Posted By: Michelle

Posted On: Dec 7, 2007
Views: 640
RE: december 8th, 2006

R.I.P. John Lennon December 8, 1980. You are missed, you are loved and you will never, ever be forgotten!


Posted By: crystal

Posted On: Dec 9, 2007
Views: 635
RE: RE: december 8th, 2006

We played Beatles music all day yesterday for you John


 

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