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I Don’t Want To Know

Posted by shanoah on January 2, 2010

Well, since you brought up John and Yoko, and I’m not really sure where to go after Bob Marley, why don’t I return in a circle to where I was about this time last year. Namely, playing Julian Lennon.

As I recall, about this time last year, I was playing his song Too Late For Goodbyes. Which is odd, because I spontaneously started playing that song today without realizing that initially. So here’s another recording of it.

And here’s a Beatlesesque song of his, I Don’t Want To Know. He deliberately did the song in a very Beatles-like manner, and did the video to match, complete with fake Beatles, adoring mobs, and a fake Yoko in a bus mowing them down on the street.

Great stuff. And, actually, both these videos have a fake John Lennon in them. Interesting, that.


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