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Tribute songs to John Lennon (try avoiding the obvious two until we get stuck!)

1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) - the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

 

Geometry, wisdom, tangerines... "The time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something more to say..."

Also known as Egg-Rock, Egg-Roll, E-George, Eggy, Ravioli, Eggroll Eggrolli...

Purple stuff... ellipses...

23 January 2013
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Tribute songs to John Lennon (try avoiding the obvious two until we get stuck!)

1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John - "Not really... well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

"I only said we were bigger than Rod... and now there's all this!" Ron Nasty

 

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Tribute songs to John Lennon (try avoiding the obvious two until we get stuck!)

1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

8. I Shot John Lennon - The Cranberries

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
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Tribute songs to John Lennon (try avoiding the obvious two until we get stuck!)
1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)
2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.
3. Roll On John (Dylan)
4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)
5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.
6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)
7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."
8. I Shot John Lennon – The Cranberries
9. Nobody Knows - Billy Squier (Not really "about" John, but it was recorded 1981 sometime, contains the lyric "You may think you see a lucky man who made the grade", and "Dedicated to the life of John Lennon" in the album liner notes.)

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Tribute songs to John Lennon (try avoiding the obvious two until we get stuck!)

1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

8. I Shot John Lennon – The Cranberries

9. Nobody Knows – Billy Squier (Not really "about" John, but it was recorded 1981 sometime, contains the lyric "You may think you see a lucky man who made the grade", and "Dedicated to the life of John Lennon" in the album liner notes.)

10. Happiness Is A Warm Gun by Tori Amos. Not so great musically, but does include a sort-of anti-gun recitation.

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1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

8. I Shot John Lennon – The Cranberries

9. Nobody Knows – Billy Squier (Not really "about" John, but it was recorded 1981 sometime, contains the lyric "You may think you see a lucky man who made the grade", and "Dedicated to the life of John Lennon" in the album liner notes.)

10. Happiness Is A Warm Gun by Tori Amos. Not so great musically, but does include a sort-of anti-gun recitation.

11. Here Today - Paul McCartney; I'd say two days with no replies = stuck a-hard-days-night-george-10

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1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

8. I Shot John Lennon – The Cranberries

9. Nobody Knows – Billy Squier (Not really "about" John, but it was recorded 1981 sometime, contains the lyric "You may think you see a lucky man who made the grade", and "Dedicated to the life of John Lennon" in the album liner notes.)

10. Happiness Is A Warm Gun by Tori Amos. Not so great musically, but does include a sort-of anti-gun recitation.

11. Here Today - Paul McCartney; I'd say two days with no replies = stuck a-hard-days-night-george-10

12. All Those Years Ago- George Harrison; see above

 

Geometry, wisdom, tangerines... "The time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something more to say..."

Also known as Egg-Rock, Egg-Roll, E-George, Eggy, Ravioli, Eggroll Eggrolli...

Purple stuff... ellipses...

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1. Life Is Real (Song for Lennon) (Queen)

2. The Late Great Johnny Ace (Paul Simon)….well, John Lennon among a couple of other late great Johns.

3. Roll On John (Dylan)

4. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny) (Elton John)

5. Jealous Guy (Roxy Music) – the original single, released in a cream sleeve included title and band name in green, and handwritten in red beneath the title "a tribute". The only number one they had.

6. The Man Who Never Died (Elton John)

7. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Oldfield) 1995 interview answering whether about John – "Not really… well, perhaps, when I look back on it, maybe it was."

8. I Shot John Lennon – The Cranberries

9. Nobody Knows – Billy Squier (Not really "about" John, but it was recorded 1981 sometime, contains the lyric "You may think you see a lucky man who made the grade", and "Dedicated to the life of John Lennon" in the album liner notes.)

10. Happiness Is A Warm Gun by Tori Amos. Not so great musically, but does include a sort-of anti-gun recitation.

11. Here Today - Paul McCartney; I'd say two days with no replies = stuck a-hard-days-night-george-10

12. All Those Years Ago- George Harrison; see above

13. Killer's Eye's - The Killers

 

New one

 

Same titled songs but actually different ie not covers

1. The End - The Beatles and The Doors

 

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4 February 2013
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Same titled songs but actually different ie not covers

1. The End - The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

 

 

Geometry, wisdom, tangerines... "The time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something more to say..."

Also known as Egg-Rock, Egg-Roll, E-George, Eggy, Ravioli, Eggroll Eggrolli...

Purple stuff... ellipses...

6 February 2013
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All the titles have to be Beatles titles, I presume? OK...
1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors
2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)
3. What Goes On - The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

Indian music can't be listened to the same way you hear rock and roll. You cannot do 'Yea Yea' and 'Go Man Go' - Ravi Shankar

6 February 2013
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vonbontee said
All the titles have to be Beatles titles, I presume? OK...
1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors
2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)
3. What Goes On - The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

 

 

 

 

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^ Was that an answer? My screen's not displaying anything...

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7 February 2013
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1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors
2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)
3. What Goes On - The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money - The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

 

 

 

 

 

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7 February 2013
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1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors
2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)
3. What Goes On - The Beatles and The Velvet Underground
4. Money - The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd
5. I'm A Loser - The Beatles and Motorhead

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1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors
2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)
3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground
4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd
5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car - The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

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1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car – The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

7. I Want You - The Beatles and Elvis Costello (ok, without the "(She's So Heavy)")

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vonbontee said
^ Was that an answer? My screen's not displaying anything...

It was but for some reason the answer didnt reveal itself in the post. Maybe the forum didnt like the idea of it not being 'beatles and ...' as that was the original idea. Anyway im going to ruin it.

1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car – The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

7. I Want You – The Beatles and Elvis Costello (ok, without the "(She's So Heavy)")

8. America - Rory Storm and The Hurricans (i am led to believe that Richard Starkey plays tambourine and according to a youtube video Brian Epstein produced and might have helped with the backing vocals along with Ritchie!!) and Simon and Garfunkel.

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
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1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car – The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

7. I Want You – The Beatles and Elvis Costello (ok, without the "(She's So Heavy)")

8. America – Rory Storm and The Hurricans (i am led to believe that Richard Starkey plays tambourine and according to ayoutube video Brian Epstein produced and might have helped with the backing vocals along with Ritchie!!) and Simon and Garfunkel.

9. It's Only Love - The Beatles and Simply Red

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Velvet Hand said
 

1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car – The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

7. I Want You – The Beatles and Elvis Costello (ok, without the "(She's So Heavy)")

8. America – Rory Storm and The Hurricans (i am led to believe that Richard Starkey plays tambourine and according to ayoutube video Brian Epstein produced and might have helped with the backing vocals along with Ritchie!!) and Simon and Garfunkel.

9. It's Only Love - The Beatles and Simply Red

10. Hey You - Pink Floyd and Number 9 (yes I'm using my own bands song)

 

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Beatles in the Blood said

Velvet Hand said
 

1. The End – The Beatles and The Doors

2. Yesterday- The Beatles and Atmosphere (never heard of Atmosphere until I looked it up on Google, but what the heck, it counts, right?)

3. What Goes On – The Beatles and The Velvet Underground

4. Money – The Beatles (a cover, I know) and Pink Floyd

5. I'm A Loser – The Beatles and Motorhead

6. Drive My Car – The Beatles and Crosby Stills & Nash.

7. I Want You – The Beatles and Elvis Costello (ok, without the "(She's So Heavy)")

8. America – Rory Storm and The Hurricans (i am led to believe that Richard Starkey plays tambourine and according to ayoutube video Brian Epstein produced and might have helped with the backing vocals along with Ritchie!!) and Simon and Garfunkel.

9. It's Only Love - The Beatles and Simply Red

10. Hey You - Pink Floyd and Number 9 (yes I'm using my own bands song)

11. Believe (Elton John and Cher)

 

 

“Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.”  John Lennon “Some people live more in 20 years than others do in 80. It’s not the time that matters, it’s the person.” The Tenth Doctor, The Lazarus Experiment.

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