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Scared - John Lennon - Walls And Bridges

Scared - John Lennon - Walls And Bridges

  • Totilar says:
    The closing song on Walls and Bridges is Lee Dorsey’s “Ya Ya,” “starring Julian Lennon on drums and Dad on piano and vocals,” Julian being the son who remained in England while the Lennons.
  • Shalmaran says:
    Features Song Lyrics for John Lennon's Walls And Bridges album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  • Vokora says:
    Scared This song is by John Lennon and appears on the album Walls And Bridges ().
  • Felar says:
    Oct 09,  · In some respects, "Walls and Bridges" is John Lennon's most fascinating solo project. Gone completely are Lennon's activist tendencies. On this record, John is trying to figure his life out and where he is at the present time. It's not what makes him feel good. There's just as much of him here as there was on "Plastic Ono Band"/5().
  • Yozshumi says:
    Oct 09,  · In some respects, "Walls and Bridges" is John Lennon's most fascinating solo project. Gone completely are Lennon's activist tendencies. On this record, John is trying to figure his life out and where he is at the present time/5().
  • Goltiran says:
    Walls and Bridges John Lennon Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE 4 What You Got 5 Bless You 6 Scared 7 #9 Dream 8 Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradox) 9 Steel and Glass More By John Lennon See All. Power to the People: The Hits (Deluxe) Imagine
  • Tygolrajas says:
    Be that as it may, Walls And Bridges really is the great overlooked record of John Lennon’s solo years. Among its bluesier numbers sit the mournful ‘Old Dirt Road’, the downright desolate ‘Nobody Loves You (When You’re Down And Out)’ and the gaunt surrender of ‘Scared’, a number as stark as anything John has ever written.
  • Gacage says:
    John Lennon's Walls and Bridges is a classic. Despite the wasteland that had become John Lennon's life, the music, angst, and polish that is Walls and Bridges will stand forever as one of Lennon's best efforts. To get the album in perspective, one needs to look at John's life in the year of Walls and Bridges release/5.
  • Goltit says:
    From the album Walls and Bridges, that “chronicles” the 18 months in which John Lennon was separated from Yoko Ono, which he called “The Lost Weekend” — a real compliment to May Pang.

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