Come together lyrics. Come Together

Kind of sounding like John Sorry if I ruined your superficial interpretations of this song, but if you really want to understand and appreciate the Beatles, you have to know what they're saying
When it comes to singles The Beatles are a band unmatched in quality Everybody talks about the lyrics and who sung a second voice

John Lennon

Not for the Timothy Leary campaign song version but for The Beatles version.

John Lennon
MOjo filter is a dream symbal which means he's a cofee drinker
Lyrics Come Together
Aug 11th 2012 well, if it was just nonsense, no one would care
Lyrics Come Together
We'll probably never know the meaning of every single line, but the history of the song gives us some insight into John Lennon's state of mind
Most of the time it's the first 2 lines or so that are gibberish with the rest having a deeper possible meaning He one holy rollers He got hair down to his knee Got to be a joker He just do what he please opinion of many about Jesus when he walked the earth He wear no shoe shine - Sandals? Just like the slide work on Dear Prudence in 68 He wear no shoeshine he got toe-jam football He got monkey finger he shoot coca-cola He say I know you, you know me One thing I can tell you is you got to be free Come together right now over me Ringo 3
Lennon tried, though, and wrote the song anyway No hair below his knees refers to a skin graft above his knee from a an accident where he almost lost his leg


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They couldn't have had a campaign song like that, right? Leary had wild ideals and a pro-drug stance, which would be part of his policies in his ludicrous campaign -- one which was simply idiotic in any time, not just during the hippy-dippy, let's-not-deal-with-reality but do drugs instead to escape it, late 1960s , and would never have won favour over anybody but drug-addled hippies and biker gangs -- most, if not all, whom did not vote anyway
Come Together Lyrics
But Lennon had the gift of imagination; and lyrics; and humour; and forethought; and wit