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One John Lennon song was when The Beatles began to break up

One John Lennon song was when The Beatles began to break up

One John Lennon song was when The Beatles began to break up
November 09
11:50 2020

When looking through the iconography of The Beatles and their subsequent split it is easy to get wrapped up in the bitter jibes the members of the band through at each other following their public disbandment. John Lennon’s song ‘How Do You Sleep?’, Paul McCartney’s ‘Too Many People’ or even George Harrison’s ‘Run of the Mill’— all of the songs provide a caustic reflection on the time the Fab Four had spent together. However, if you look back a little further you can almost pinpoint the moment the band began to unravel to one song in particular.

That song, featured on The White Album, may well have signified the end of The Beatles but the aim of Lennon was trained on the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. The Beatles had become infatuated with India and the teachings of the Maharishi when the four travelled to meet the guru and learn Transcendental Meditation under his tutelage. But, by the time the band had left, Lennon was calling the Guru a “cunt” and a “twat” in a new song he had written for him, later titled ‘Sexy Sadie’.

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