in a perfect world...

 
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    in a perfect world...

    Yoko would be regarded as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, but people have to be so freaking closedminded because they can't wrap their mind around the fact that you can like The Beatles AND also appreciate Yoko's work

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  • nf0603 said:
    Yoko would be regarded as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, but people have to be so freaking closedminded because they can't wrap their mind around the fact that you can like The Beatles AND also appreciate Yoko's work



    Thank you. It irritates the shit out of me when people blast Yoko or even relate her to the Beatles and their break-up.


    Yoko ≠ Beatles' demise, and has nothing to do with them, except she married one, and sang on "Bungalow Bill."

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    Yoko ≠ Beatles' demise, and has nothing to do with them, except she married one, and sang on "Bungalow Bill."

    And of course there's The Ballad of John and Yoko. lol :P

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  • I agree, she deserves so much respect, she is an untouchable artist, actually probably the best artist I've ever come across, just wow! She's way too underrated as a music artist if you ask me. Much love Yoko.

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