be bop a lula



 If there is a point to any of this 

it is that we are here to love.





be bop a lula

she's my baby

be bop a lula

don't mean maybe

be bop a lula

she's my baby now

~ ~ ~




Coffee on the porch weather

sipping real slow on a Saturday...

watching the people go by

watching the sun come up over the beach

no particular place to go


I somehow heard a wonderful John Lennon song a few weeks ago

which led me stumbling through various Itunes, youtube and 

other places to find more rare Lennon recordings.

I ended up buying John Lennon Anthology 1998.

It was impossible to get on line so I had to buy it in it's

original 4 volume CD boxed set.

Joe and I have been listening to it all weekend.

And, it's got all kinds of Lennon's drawings in it. 

It's mad-groovy-cool.

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Comments

  1. What a great musical moment you've shared here!
    So happy that you had a good weekend together with John.

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  2. Hello, I love Lennon's songs too. Pretty images and post. I hope you had a very happy Easter! Enjoy your day, have a great new week ahead!

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  3. That set of cd s looks like fun! You've got us all tapping our feet to the music! Enjoy your day!

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  4. We are here to love. And God is love. Visiting you from the good random fun linky. laurensparks.net

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  5. Yay for John Lennon!!!! ❤️

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  6. I remember that Lennon went to art school. And he even wrote a book called A Spaniard In The Works. Which I bought! He really knew how to use words in such a quirky and original way.

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  7. What the world needs now, is love, sweet love … Ain't it the truth? Your straightforward post is refreshing! So glad to see you back at Mosaic Monday!

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  8. Peace and love! And music and poetry! That is point enough. Thank you.

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  9. Thanks for your post. I'm smiling, feeling at peace. Loved, I know I am. I'll check out the Lennon anthology, which I think the Husband might like for his birthday. :-)

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  10. I heard about Julian Lennon's Children's book, Love The Earth. I want to get it sometime. Maybe you'd like it as well.

    ~Sheri

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