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The Beatles' birthdays. Weird how I sometimes forget my family's birthdays, but I remember these? Is that bad? O.o

The Beatles' birthdays. Weird how I sometimes forget my family's birthdays, but I remember these? Is that bad? O.o

Love me do uscì il 5 ottobre del 1962. Anche armandosi fino ai denti di affetto e senno di poi, è dura vedere in questo pezzo breve, facile, esile, l'annuncio del futuro e clamoroso successo. Anche...

[1962] Love me do – The Beatles

Love me do uscì il 5 ottobre del 1962. Anche armandosi fino ai denti di affetto e senno di poi, è dura vedere in questo pezzo breve, facile, esile, l'annuncio del futuro e clamoroso successo. Anche...

Even though I was never there for The Beatles I am the biggest fan there ever is and ever will be.  I know everyone says this but I don't know if I'm even a fan.  I wish I could have known them and become as talented as they are.  I know everyone says they're old, and there is nothing wrong with new music, except I am waiting for someone was amazing as The Beatles to start a new revolution.

Even though I was never there for The Beatles I am the biggest fan there ever is and ever will be. I know everyone says this but I don't know if I'm even a fan. I wish I could have known them and become as talented as they are. I know everyone says they're old, and there is nothing wrong with new music, except I am waiting for someone was amazing as The Beatles to start a new revolution.

The Beatle's album artwork for their classic single record Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby from 1966 displays Paul McCartney flashing the Divine King sign while John Lennon holds up the El Diablo hand gesture. George Harrison and Ringo Starr can be seen behind them lifting a miniature yellow submarine, an obvious reference to their hit song which metaphorically describes self isolation as well as a conscious disconnection from the outside world.

The Beatle's album artwork for their classic single record Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby from 1966 displays Paul McCartney flashing the Divine King sign while John Lennon holds up the El Diablo hand gesture. George Harrison and Ringo Starr can be seen behind them lifting a miniature yellow submarine, an obvious reference to their hit song which metaphorically describes self isolation as well as a conscious disconnection from the outside world.

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