John Lennon Disgusting Cocaine Secret Revealed

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The official Instagram account for late The Beatles icon John Lennon tweeted out the following quote. John Lennon called this member of The Beatles a ‘Loser’. The quote is actually a section of lyrics from one of The Beatles hits. This one, being Mean Mr. Mustard, which is off of the group’s 1969 album, Abbey Road. John Lennon’s widow brutally described his death. You can view the post below:

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MEAN MR MUSTARD⁣
Mean Mister Mustard sleeps in the park⁣
Shaves in the dark trying to save paper⁣
Sleeps in a hole in the road⁣
Saving up to buy some clothes⁣
Keeps a ten-bob note up his nose⁣
Such a mean old man⁣
Such a mean old man⁣

His sister Pam works in a shop⁣
She never stops, she’s a go-getter⁣
Takes him out to look at the queen⁣
Only place that he’s ever been⁣
Always shouts out something obscene⁣
Such a dirty old man⁣
Dirty old man ⁣

In other news regarding The Beatles fans on the fab four’s official Facebook page were celebrating recently with the news that Abbey Road returned to number one in the United Kingdom, setting a chart record.

Robert posted: “I actually vaguely remember buying that album at an Eckerd’s drug store down here shortly after it was released, my first Beatles’s album I bought at the release, all the others I had were from long after their releases. It is my favorite album of all time and I know the lyrics about 95%. We saw Classics Albums Live perform it nearby three Saturdays ago.

Callum said: “My favorite memory of hearing Abbey Road was when I was on a family holiday in Italy. It was 1970 and I was 8 years old. The hotel reception area played the entire album on a loop every day. I purposely sat there for hours each day just reveling in its glory. I’ve been a fan ever since.

Mary-Ann put: “There will never be a band like The Beatles and a lot of us were fortunate to witness the beginning. They got better and better as time went on. I’m so glad that the generations since their rise to fame has discovered what music can be.”

Lance replied: “It doesn’t surprise me one little bit that The Beatles are still popular and still being discovered by the younger generations. You can’t stop Greatness or the words of Peace and Love. We are so blessed that they wrote even one song let alone their extensive catalogue of songs.  Thank you, John, Paul, George, and Ringo for putting some light into our lives. Peace and Love to all!”  This disturbing John Lennon burial claim was recently revealed.