Discussion in 'Stoners Lounge' started by deleted, Jan 30, 2009.
All your life...
you were only waiting for this moment to be free..
I sure do love The Animals :hat:
dead bird fly, dead bird fly
Into the lights of the dark black flight of an Airbus 380..
i told you bout strawberry feilds..
where nothing is real
well heres another place you can go
where everything flows
lookin through the big black tulips
to see how the yellow have been
lookin through the glass onion
are there really strawberry fields at strawberry fields?? ..
Is it much of a attraction anymore?? ...
strawberry fields was a mental institute if im correct
Actually I'm pretty sure it was an orphanage. I went to the actual Strawberry Field in Liverpool.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strawberry_Fields_(memorial) I meant this one.. I was in Central park before and didnt think to visit the place
ha i love the beatles
lady bird beatle. or the ladybug....
There are no strawberry fields there, dear friend.
oh.. thats cause people ate them thinking they was full of magic..
Crumbs bet paul john george and the other one were.nt too happy about that.
They got vigils and stuff over there. The Lennon people (it's across the street from where the guy lived and was assassinated). It's real creepy. :biggrin:
that pilot was a good fuckin hero.. good thing he knew what the fuck he was doin otherwise hundreds of people could have died
ah yes. thats it.. i knew it was some sort of institution
The memorial was named after the song.
The Strawberry Fields memorial in New York City's Central Park (near the site of Lennon's murder at The Dakota apartment building) was named after the song.
And this is where they got the name...
Strawberry Field was the name of a Salvation Army Children's Home just around the corner from Lennon's childhood home in Woolton, a suburb of Liverpool. Lennon and his childhood friends Pete Shotton, Nigel Whalley, and Ivan Vaughan used to play in the wooded garden behind the home. One of Lennon's childhood treats was the garden party held each summer in Calderstones Park (located next to the Salvation Army Home) every year, where a Salvation Army band played. Lennon's aunt Mimi Smith recalled: "As soon as we could hear the Salvation Army band starting, John would jump up and down shouting, 'Mimi, come on. We're going to be late.'"
And theres more but you can read it at the link. Look under the section titled Background and Composition.
Dead bird singing in the black of night. Take these broken wings and learn to die.
yea, which is why i always get pissed when people say "It's a miricle from god that these people survived!"
no it's not, it's because of the well designed plane and great piloting... saying it's from god is just taking away the credit from the real heros
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