Following the White Album(and the magnificent Hey Jude) they made Let It Be and with the final regal glory of Abbey Road they left their grieving fans a legacy that will never be matched.
In the inevitable breaking down of old liaisons, there was room for growth. John met and married Yoko; Paul met and married Linda. George matured far beyond his years, settled into his spiritual space and expressed himself writing classic songs; Ringo was now writing his own numbers and was widely acknowledged as a supreme drummer and a very good actor. To everything there is a season.
That the rift between The Beatles, evolved with much public angst was a pity but this is not a perfect world is it?
Relationships anyway, were repaired long ago.
And in the end, the equation between the love they took and the love they made was intact into infinity. They still represent the twentieth century’s greatest romance.
Johnny B. Goode on 15th May 13:
“"And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make."”
hippypeaceguy on 17th Mar 13:
“Hey guys, it's been a long time since I've been away!”
pjgr4 on 16th Feb 13:
“They looked the best then”
Julie Massey on 25th Jan 13:
“John's got a dog on his face.”
Douglas_Fir on 3rd Jan 13:
“They all grew up and grew apart. It was the right decision. They never put out a bad album!”
Santi_Beatle on 6th Dec 12:
“Los Beatles fueron son y seran irremplasables:´((”
john lennon boy on 13th Aug 12:
acrosstheuniverseagain on 3rd Aug 12:
“A lot of people diss Yoko Ono. If you are a real Beatles you would know that Yoko was a major part of John's life, and by dissing her you are dissing Lennon. I love them both, and John lives through both his music and his wife, Yoko. The Beatles did not break up because of her, they were already going there separate ways, we could see it, but we needed a reason for it, and people used Yoko. The truth is, the only real reason was time.”
Beatlebabe678 on 27th Jul 12:
“Sniff Sniff whimper whimper
hippypeaceguy on 27th May 12:
“@floortom They just have long hair, that's basically it.”
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