Interviewer: I warn that Paul McCartney recently said that “Lithium” was the song he loved the most.
Krist Novoselic: "That’s funny, because when I did the bass line of the song my goal was just to give it a Beatles air."
Kurt Cobain: "I think if it was John Lennon who said that, I would have peed joy. But Paul… Okay, I’m wrong and I guess he has contributed significantly to many things I love about the Beatles. But I hate his solo albums.”
“I keep rearranging the letters of my sisters The Beatles sign on her bedroom door.
She is not happy.”
I’ve given up trying to make them normal.
ok and now there’s another one
i didnt know the beatles could become so many words
The Beatles - Because
"Yoko was playing Moonlight Sonata on the piano. She was classically trained. I said, ‘Can you play those chords backward?’ and wrote Because around them. The lyrics speak for themselves; they’re clear. No bullshit. No imagery, no obscure references."
─ John Lennon
Smith & Thell | “Here Comes The Sun” (ELECTRO/POP/MUST LISTEN)
It’s no secret that I’ve become a huge Smith & Thell fan over the past year. Having already released two major tunes already, the properly amazing “Kill It With Love” and “Super DJ”, the Swedish duo are back with a cover of The Beatles classic “Here Comes The Sun” and it’s nothing short of brilliant. Combining some new electro vibes to the already pop friendly tune, Smith & Thell reignite this song into an all out dance fest.
Recently re-discovered this one and it’s well worth a few more minutes of your time.
all things must pass all things must pass away all things must pass none of life's strings can last so i must be on my way and face another day now the darkness only stays at nighttime in the morning it will fade away daylight is good at arriving at the right time it's not always going to be this grey
ॐ george harrison, 1943 - ∞