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Not Dead, but Funny Coincidence
10 February 2012
7.57am
The Strawberry
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 Hey, The Strawberry again.

 

 I know it's just a myth but I found this strange coincidence. So, Paul McCartney supposedly died on November 9, 1966, meaning his last album would have been Revolver.

 

 Now, on every UK Beatles LP before this, George is next to John except for the last one, Revolver where he is under John. But all the albums after the supposed death of Paul, George is next to Paul, except for the last one, Let It Be, where he is under Paul.

 

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apple02a-hard-days-night-john-6a-hard-days-night-ringo-4paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-george-10

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