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GUEST,Sidewinder Lyr Add: Hey Jude (31) RE: Lyr Add: Hey Jude 06 Feb 05


You know nothing about Music if you don't appreciate The Beatles.And to have the timerity to critise the finest popular group of musicians of all time; I will listen to every last utterance of your shallow inconsequential monosyllabic drivel without so much as a yawn when you have written over 250 songs that are universally loved and admired the world over by far more creative and imaginitive individuals than sit at the feet of a man that performed the worst cover version of a Paul Simon song I ever had the misfortune to hear. The Beatles changed the world and dragged Dylan and the crinkley folkie brigade into a new stratosphere of aural possibilities and defined a decade and impacted in every major cultural field earning the respect and admiration of Classical Composers, Film Makers, Politicians, Artists, Literary Greats and Critics alike. Sing "Tom Dooley" all you like but remember you will never be able to play and sing "Blackbird" or "Here Comes The Sun" because your voice isn't good enough and your technical proficiency with the instrument of your choice is somewhat lacking - that ain't any reason to knock em' just admire their talent like all sound minded music lovers do and someday who knows; you might just manage a chorus of "Yellow Submarine" and feel a wave of adulation from those stalwarts around you who are fed up with hearing "Tom Dooley" every Sunday Afternoon for the past 20 years and realise what you've been missing in your blinkered state.

Here's Hoping!

Sidewinder.


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