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    "Friendship... is not something you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven't learned anything."- Muhammad Ali Feb. 18th 1964, The Beatles and Muhammad Ali #MuhammadAli #CassiusClay #TheBeatles #Stars #PaulMcCartney #JohnLennon #RingoStarr #GeorgeHarrison #Icons #inspirations #60s #music #applemusic #Friendship #concert #lifeinpictures

  • Jaime Garza

    The Beatles and Mohammad Ali Rare photos of the old and the dead

  • Rachel Rundengan

    The Beatles meet Muhammad Ali for their first U.S. visit on February 18, 1964. #Art #Photography #Legends #People #Celebrities #Beatles #Love !

  • Santa Mark Lloyd

    The Beatles meet Mohamed Ali

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