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It was 56 years ago today...

It was 56 years ago today...

January 31, 2023

John Lennon gleaned song-writing inspiration from a myriad of sources, including the monotony of ordinary life. A prime example of his abilities can be found in A Day in the Life—a creation inspired by a newspaper article which was propped up in front of the piano as he wrote the song. Lennon was struck by a similar kind of inspiration whilst filming the video for Strawberry Fields Forever—exactly 56 years ago today! He happened upon a vintage circus poster whilst exploring an antique shop in Kent, which led to the creation of Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!


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