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John Lennon... 1940-1980

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Coombes | 11:19
A working class hero is something to be.
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Roxy_Ryan | 11:21
He was only 40?! Man, that sucks... i liked some of his songs though... a true legend who didn't deserve to die just like Mr. Mercury

* offtopic :
hey wait... you started a thread on Freddie as well
Coombes | 13:36
"I don't intend to be a performing flea any more. I was the dreamweaver, but although I'll be around I don't intend to be running at 20,000 miles an hour trying to prove myself. I don't want to die at 40"

John Lennon

Coombes | 21:58
i find it very sad that a man who blew his head off gets idolised and glorified yet a man, who changed the face of music and was probably one of the best songwriters ever gets one post on the anniversary of his death. its a sad indication on the musical taste of today where no-one's music seems to stand for anything anymore.. and that seems to be good enough.the masses are being fed celebrity junkies, brand names and are eating it up gleefully. john lennon was a hero, cruelly shot down and taken from this world. and we are all the lesser for it. now , more than ever, in a world full of hate and war we need musicians to stand up for what they believe in.
someone with a sense of purpose. lennon was only forty, when i think of all the songs we never got to hear it saddens me greatly. sorry for this little rant but john lennon deserved a lot more from this world than what was given to him.
but he's up there now with presley,harrison, marley, joplin, mercury & hendrix .... who can we say from our musical era will join them at the table ???
DolphinStarr | 17:55
John isn't forgotten, him and his music are still remembered, and the Beatles are still popular. Its just sad to think of him shot, and now Dimebag Darrell Abbott. The exceptional make enemies because they stand out i guess.

Imagine all the people living life in peace you may say i'm a dreamer but i'm not only one i hope some day you'll join us, and the world could be as one
Kurt Cobain was so glorified because his music obviously never inspired anything...

Cobain was a sort of second coming of John. They both changed modern music, maybe John was a little more outspoken, but Kurt was definitely the weird one. Suicide is far more romantic than a shooting. In a shooting it's "what a sick, crazy fan" whereas a suicide is "what a confused individual, he deserved so much more from life." People decide to die in suicide, which makes it more shocking than a shooting, where someone obviously does not to die. Emotionally a shooting is worse, but the media is quick to jump on a suicide because it makes good TV. To say Cobain's death meant less to music than John's is ludacris.

People die everyday, celebrities no different, and that's why humans have the idea of hope hovering over their heads. We all have to plow on at some point or another, and if you can't do that, you aren't worth living. At least that's how they feel.
Coombes | 13:56
what i think is far more ludacris is for suicide to be seen as something 'romantic' !!

this topic was started to remember john's anniversary. the fact that only one person responded is an indication of what he means to people on this site : nothing.

cobain destroyed himself, self-destructed. that saddens me too,we'll never get to hear all those unwritten songs of his.

To say Cobain's death meant less to music than John's is ludacris
maybe one should judge what effect their lives meant to music... not their deaths.

I think you'll find john and his 3 friends changed the face of music as we know it today.
Juliet86 | 11:00
It's that time of the year again, and he deserves a mention.

You've meant a lot. Rest in peace.
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