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Serve Yourself

Posted by shanoah on May 23, 2009

Didn’t John mention UFO’s in conjunction with Yoko Ono in Out The Blue,  too? Interesting when there are recurring themes.

To give todays John Lennon song proper perspective, I’m going to do something rather unusual for this blog lately; play a song not by John Lennon. Here’s Bob Dylan with Gotta Serve Somebody.

All right, got it? Well, John Lennon heard this song. Apparently it upset him a bit, so he wrote this song, Serve Yourself, sung in psuedo-Dylan style. Rated not work safe for bad language, and stuff offensive to closeminded people of most major religions.

Theres a 8 minute version with less bad language, and without him trying to imitate Bob Dylans voice, too.

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