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Beatle dreams
7 February 2011
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The other night I dreamt that I went to a Rolling Stones concert with my dad, and we went to an after-party. We were having drinks at a table and early-Beatle-phase Paul walks in the door. I asked my dad, "Should I go talk to him?" and my dad said "Yeah!". He was walking past us and I said hi, and my dad invited him to sit down for a drink, and we hung out with Paul all night and he invited me to come play guitar with him in the studio! That's when I woke up.a-hard-days-night-paul-1 Maybe I'll get the chance someday… You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm certainly not the only one!

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7 February 2011
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Ok so I finally had a Beatles dream, but it was weird.

 

From what i remember was that the four of the them were in a house dressed like Magical Mystery Tour era and something was happening outside and Paul said something like "Thats why tehy are called delivery men". I don't know why. John kept calling Paul "Paul McCharley" and told Paul to take some notes down. Idr much after that but I do remember Ringo sorta play fighting with paul over something Paul wrote down. Then George was falling asleep and John like sorta snuggling with George falling asleep too and like a dream sequence type of thing started. They started to awake and my alarm went off.

 

I don't even know.

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7 February 2011
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So you finally had a Beatles dream! Told you it would happen :) Weird…

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7 February 2011
10.26pm
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I have to say I've had a few dreams where I've met The Beatles but if only it was real! 

But a girl can only dream..

But meeting them in a dream is good enough for me however you never really know who you could see in the most weird places. :) 

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 The Beatles;   Paul John George Ringo and me .. Shannon!  Favourite Beatle; James Paul McCartney.

 

7 February 2011
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But we guys can hope for more.

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
19 February 2011
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Finally! I don’t remember ever having a Beatles-related dream until last night! Very strange (Penny Lane voice). So here’s how it went:

First, I remember coming in to work and having to design a Beatles feature. (I’m a Graphic Artist at a newspaper.) Sadly, I don’t remember thinking of anything especially cool to make out of it, but I totally would in real life. All I remember is that I was giving the other layout artist the evil eye and thinking, “If you don’t let me lay out this page, I will break your f**king face.” They all know I’m in love with the band.

Then, I found out Paul was performing a concert nearby and my mom and grandma and I went. We ended up staying at the same hotel as him, and I was walking by the front desk with my mom when I saw Paul there behind it with some other important-looking people. I fa-REAKED OUT, of course, and was all giddy and giggly and asked Paul if he would sign me an autograph. And he smiled and said sure. (He smiled at me! ME! That right there was enough to satisfy me for life.) Thankfully, dream-mom had a pen, but I didn’t have any Beatles merch on me, which is not like me at all. So he signed my left hand. And when he was doing it, I was totally gushing about him like, “Omigosh, I can’t believe Paul McCartney is signing my hand right now! I love you SO much! You have made such an impact on my life. I don’t know what I’d be like if there was no Beatles,” etc. It was pretty pathetic. But I got my dream-autograph out of it, so, you know. Worth it. :)

Not very profound or anything, but realistic, and my first Beatle dream ever. And I did take away a lesson from it: ALWAYS be prepared for a Beatle to sign you an autograph.

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19 February 2011
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Your dream is cool. I wish I had the chance to speak to Paul (:

Last night he was in my dream though, making…mashed potatoes a-hard-days-night-paul-2.I was also saving kittens from bombs and dating dead guys. It was an awesome dream.

19 February 2011
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Last Night I dreamed John came back to life and taught me how to play guitar. But I dont remember a single chord

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
19 February 2011
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minime said:

Your dream is cool. I wish I had the chance to speak to Paul (:

Last night he was in my dream though, making…mashed potatoes a-hard-days-night-paul-2.I was also saving kittens from bombs and dating dead guys. It was an awesome dream.


Man, with a dream like that, I'd have awakened tired. :) I still have never once remembered a dream I've had about them! I'm confident I do dream of them, but I've yet to remember a single one.
"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
 
 
19 February 2011
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My dreams with the lads all feel so real.

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
19 February 2011
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I haven't had a single Beatles dream in weeks :( But I remember one I had a long time ago that I forgot to post, so I will post it.

 

I was in my house, and I went downstairs and saw all of the albums on the kitchen table, and got really excited. I ran over and looked at them, noticing that the Sgt. Pepper album had a pudding stain on it, and that the corner was peeling off. I kept trying to fix it, but suddenly I was transported to one of thier concerts with only a few people outside and I was wearing an A Hard Day's Night shirt, and I woke up then. I can't even remember the song they sang :(. But oh well, I wish I still had all of the albums, even with the pudding stain.

 

(Sorry I edited it, I remembered a dream I had a while ago right after I posted my first post)

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19 February 2011
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Nigel the good dog said:

I haven't had a single Beatles dream in weeks :( But reading everyone elses is very cool!


They come, for me anyways, after you listen to them alot.
I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
20 February 2011
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Well, a dream isn't something you can force. That's kind of the whole purpose of dreaming. 

I mean, if you were aware you were dreaming, you could imagine yourself a time machine and invent a Beatles scenario. 

But I doubt that it's possible to sit down before bed, put on Beatles, repeat to yourself, "I will have a Beatles dream I will have a Beatles dream I will have a Beatles dream," go to sleep, and have a Beatles dream. Your brain would probably revolt against itself and give you December 8 on Instant Replay. 

If I seem to act unkind, it's only me, it's not my mind that is confusing things.

20 February 2011
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MeanMrs.Mustard said:

Your brain would probably revolt against itself and give you December 8 on Instant Replay. 


That would be horrible, I would wake up crying more then I have ever cried before. It is scary just thinking about it.
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20 February 2011
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MeanMrs.Mustard said:

Well, a dream isn't something you can force. That's kind of the whole purpose of dreaming. 

I mean, if you were aware you were dreaming, you could imagine yourself a time machine and invent a Beatles scenario. 

But I doubt that it's possible to sit down before bed, put on Beatles, repeat to yourself, "I will have a Beatles dream I will have a Beatles dream I will have a Beatles dream," go to sleep, and have a Beatles dream. Your brain would probably revolt against itself and give you December 8 on Instant Replay. 


Technically, there is this thing called lucid dreaming where you ARE aware that you're dreaming and ARE able to control it. I once had a book on it, but it never worked for me.
I wish it was as easy as you describe, Mrs. M -- I've had some pretty random people pop up in dreams I *do* remember, and wish…well, dammit, why couldn't it have been George? :D
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20 February 2011
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I've tried to lucid dream before. It didn't work. I did it once by accident, but I woke up pretty soon after I realised I was dreaming.

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20 February 2011
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I don't know, that's what works for me.

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
20 February 2011
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I've had lucid dreams before, they usually collapse before I can get anywhere interesting though. Truth be told, as much as I love them, I have better things to do in fantasy worlds than meet caricatures of the Beatles.

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20 February 2011
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The Walrus said:

I've had lucid dreams before, they usually collapse before I can get anywhere interesting though. Truth be told, as much as I love them, I have better things to do in fantasy worlds than meet caricatures of the Beatles.


Ha ha ha! I've never heard anyone say they wanted to use their dream time efficiently before!
"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
 
 
20 February 2011
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Truth be told, main reason I'd like to lucid dream more is because being asleep is such a waste of time.

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