Late The Beatles icon John Lennon’s Twitter account recently posted a story where Lennon reveals how Mia Farrow’s sister locked herself in a hut for weeks. Jimmy Page revealed a sad John Lennon secret yesterday.
“Written in India, a song about Mia Farrow’s sister who seemed to go slightly barmy, meditating too long, and couldn’t come out of the little hut. She’d been locked in for 3 weeks and was trying to reach God quicker than anybody else.”
Another Lennon quote recently posted was, “We are both artists! Peace is our art. We believe that because of everything I was as a Beatle and everything that we are now, we stand a chance of influencing other young people. And it is they who will rule the world tomorrow.”
Lennon also discussed his love of African American music and Elvis Presley. “The first thing that amazed us about America was when we came over here in ’64 all the reporters said, ‘Where’s your influence from? What kind of music do you like?’ Everything we said was black except for Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis.”
“They were singing ‘Give Peace A Chance’ at the Moratorium and it was written specifically for them. I’m glad they sang it, and when I get there I’ll sing it with them. When I get in.” A John Lennon classic was banned for a disgusting reason, his social media also recently confirmed.
"Written in India, a song about Mia Farrow's sister who seemed to go slightly barmy, meditating too long, and couldn't come out of the little hut. She'd been locked in for 3 weeks and was trying to reach God quicker than anybody else."https://t.co/NLMzurWScz
— John Lennon ☁️ (@johnlennon) August 1, 2019