The Best MP3 John Lenon (the beatles)
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John Lennon ‘#9 dream’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Beef jerky’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Bless you’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Going down on love’.mp3 John Lennon ‘Imagine’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Nobody loves you (when you’re done and out)’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Old dirt road’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Scared’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Steel and glass’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Surprise, surprise (sweet bird of paradox)’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Whatever gets you’.mp3
John Lennon ‘What you got’.mp3
John Lennon ‘Ya ya’.mp3
Early childhood home in Liverpool
Lennon was born in war-time England, on 9 October 1940 at Liverpool Maternity Hospital to Julia (née Stanley) and Alfred Lennon , a merchant seaman of Irish descent, who was away at the time of his son’s birth.
 His parents named him John Winston Lennon after his paternal grandfather, John “Jack” Lennon, and then-Prime Minister Winston Churchill .
 His father was often away from home but sent regular pay cheques to 9 Newcastle Road, Liverpool, where Lennon lived with his mother,
 but the cheques stopped when he went absent without leave in February 1944.
 When he eventually came home six months later, he offered to look after the family, but Julia— by then pregnant with another man’s child—rejected the idea.
 After her sister, Mimi Smith , twice complained to Liverpool’s Social Services, Julia handed the care of Lennon over to her. In July 1946 Lennon’s father visited Smith and took his son to Blackpool, secretly intending to emigrate to New Zealand with him.
 Julia followed them—with her partner at the time, ‘Bobby’ Dykins—and after a heated argument his father forced the five-year-old to choose between them. Lennon twice chose his father, but as his mother walked away, he began to cry and followed her.
 It would be 20 years before he had contact with his father again.