GOODNIGHT:

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8 Responses to “GOODNIGHT:”

  1. cacau says:

    John was a radical and a radical don’t sings a beautiful and tender music… Ridiculous…

  2. Linda says:

    John was John. He could be harsh and blunt and beautiful and tender.
    That is what made John, John! He spoke what he felt and wrote music the same way.
    Take him or leave him, he is who he is!

  3. Since 1963 says:

    @cacau

    Why are you even on this site?

  4. Markzapp says:

    The severly retarded are entitled to their opinions even though we may disagree with them. John was an artist first and could create whatever type of music he wanted to, you turd! How old are are cacau, 14?

  5. Tammy says:

    Now now Markzapp, i think we’ve established there may be language issues here, lets try not flare up and keep it nice.

  6. beatle55 says:

    remember that the track before this was revolution 9, so you have both extremes of lennons talent in two consecutive tracts. perfect placement. love as always, a friend.

  7. Ishie says:

    Language barriers placed aside, John was an ‘autobiographical’ artist with a catalog of wonderful songs, some of which tell the story of who he was and what he was feeling during a variety of periods in his life. ‘Goodnight’ is a beautful lullaby written as a song for his son Julian. Let the song and it’s lovely lyric speak for itself.

  8. stephenmcg says:

    “As I give to you and you give to me”?

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