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The beatles lyrics and life
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15 December 2010
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Joe said:

Sorry you've been having problems. I presume they're cookie related. I know sometimes when I log in it doesn't recognise me at first, but when I click on a thread magically I'm in. It's weirdness I'm not able to explain or fix, I'm afraid.
As Zig says, try F5 (or Apple R if you're on a Mac) to refresh, or Shift F5 (or Apple Shift R) for a cache-clearing hard refresh.


Thanks a lot joe for the information

I have to say my latest Beatles lyrics would have to be "Real Love" it saved me, the part "No need to be afraid" helped me to stop beimg so nervous during a school play

Also somebody in a play acted as if she died so"She Said She Said" came to mind of "I know how it feels like to be dead"

And today somebody had a birthday but i remembered "Birthday"

John, Paul, George and Ringo= The Beatles And i buried Tulio!
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Speaking of getting nervous, Hey Jude always helps me to calm down. That and reciting the Abbey Road tracklisting repeatedly.

Because the wind is high, it blows my mind.
15 December 2010
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CranberrySauce said:

Speaking of getting nervous, Hey Jude always helps me to calm down. That and reciting the Abbey Road tracklisting repeatedly.


Thats excellent

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?

I have to say "Revolution" is what i`m looking forward in myschool, i have a really big plan for Chemistrya-hard-days-night-paul-5

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16 December 2010
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Getting Better said:

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?


How about Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dogs eye?... You never know
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16 December 2010
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Bj said:

Getting Better said:

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?


How about Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dogs eye?... You never know

How about "Getting a tan form standing in the English Rain?"a-hard-days-night-paul-1
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I think any lyric from I Am The Walrus would be a strange thing to happen in real life!

As for the first question, my close friends father passed away recently. He got a heart attack and died instantly. The day after it happened she talked to me about it and kept saying she wished she could go back and give him one last hug and settle everything bad between them. After that I knew a little bit better what the song Yesterday was talking about. How he doesn't ask to have the person he loves to come back to him, but just says how he wants to go back to see the person one more time, straighten things out. He accepts he wont get her back ("now it looks as though they're here to stay") and just wishes he could go back. I think the way you interpret a song depends on life experiences like the ones everyone is sharing, and I guess that's my ideas of Yesterday.

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Getting Better said:

 

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?

I have to say "Revolution" is what i`m looking forward in myschool, i have a really big plan for Chemistrya-hard-days-night-paul-5


Anything out of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Sailing newspaper taxis, flowers 8 feet tall or so. In this instance, I think seeing a girl with kaleidescope eyes would just completely freak me out.
"We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love." — Dr. Seuss
 
 
16 December 2010
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StarWisher said:

Getting Better said:

 

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?

I have to say "Revolution" is what i`m looking forward in myschool, i have a really big plan for Chemistrya-hard-days-night-paul-5


Anything out of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Sailing newspaper taxis, flowers 8 feet tall or so. In this instance, I think seeing a girl with kaleidescope eyes would just completely freak me out.
 

Newspaper taxis appear on the shore...

 

8 foot flowers are perfectly possible.

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The Walrus said:

StarWisher said:

Getting Better said:

 

Something else to the topic: What would be the weirdest song lyric that could be interpreted in real life?

I have to say "Revolution" is what i`m looking forward in myschool, i have a really big plan for Chemistrya-hard-days-night-paul-5


Anything out of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Sailing newspaper taxis, flowers 8 feet tall or so. In this instance, I think seeing a girl with kaleidescope eyes would just completely freak me out.

 


Newspaper taxis appear on the shore...
 

8 foot flowers are perfectly possible.


I always had this image of them -- the taxis -- going into the water. As for  the tall tall flowers, I've never seen them. I'm sure they exist, but definitely not ones made of cellophane. :)
"We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love." — Dr. Seuss
 
 
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Experiencing 'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window' would be very strange.

I have actually climbed out of a bathroom window a few time, most recently when my sister's friends were chasing me.

If I'd only had a silver spoon...

 

*17*

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I know Prudence. Believe it or not, my Mom was very, very strict. I had to arrive home 30 mins after the classes were over, and if I didn't, it was a whole drama. I mean, she was the best Mom ever, but by God she was waay too strict. Sometimes I wanted to run away from home, but thank God I never did it. I know girls who have run away and their lives become quite hard to live. So I know your feelings Prudence. Just don't run away like the girl in the song did, the true story was quite sad, trust me.

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17 December 2010
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CranberrySauce said:

Experiencing 'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window' would be very strange.

I have actually climbed out of a bathroom window a few time, most recently when my sister's friends were chasing me.

If I'd only had a silver spoon...

 

*17*


Yes i have to say it would be really weird, the closest i ever came to something like that was in school a boy tried to open the classroom and he entered through the window, so it should be "He came in through the classroom Window"
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