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Lennon, John Lennonnoun
English rock star and guitarist and songwriter who with Paul McCartney wrote most of the music for the Beatles (1940-1980)
A surname, notably of John Lennon, one of the Beatles.
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A male given name transferred from the surname, of modern usage.
Etymology: From Irish Ó Leannáin ("descendant of Lover (Leannán)") and from Ó Lonáin ("descendant of Blackbird (Lonán)").
Lennon is a four CD box set featuring many of John Lennon's solo songs and was released in 1990. Compiled by the foremost authority on The Beatles, Mark Lewisohn, Lennon emcompasses generous samples from his single-only releases, and his albums from Live Peace in Toronto 1969 to Menlove Ave. Lennon, which never charted in the UK or US, was deleted from Lennon's catalogue in the late 1990s.
Song lyrics by lennon -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by lennon on the Lyrics.com website.
The numerical value of Lennon in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Lennon in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I think it's all personal choice. Hey, if you go straight to the source and are someone like Bob Dylan or John Lennon who made very specific choices about what they chose to do -- that had direct political meaning, that's something that that we haven't touched on. We're a band that mostly, if not entirely, relates to human relations and emotive content that means a damn, and we're very comfortable.
It's such an important part of Lennon's career and Beatles history, i knew it would go over $1 million; I had no idea it would go over $2 million.
I still have deep-seated resentment that she didn't go to somebody, even the police, and say, 'Look, my husband bought a gun, and he said he was going to kill John Lennon.'.
He just wants to hear about Lennon and the Beatles and people like that, he grew up on my music — his parents loved me, they loved Van Morrison, so he just wants to know what I went through.
John Lennon said the reason I go on about peace and love so much is because I'm really angry, maybe you look for what you need for yourself. Gene was a troubled soul for sure.
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