Deep Purple: Woman from Tokyo Meaning
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Song Released: 1973
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anonymous Jan 19th, 2019 1:24pm report
I heard it was about a 240z
anonymous Jun 19th, 2018 6:46pm report
Always thought it might be a Yoko Ono reference: her and Lennon. A lot of folks back then couldn't understand what he saw in her, maybe DP tried to explain it.
anonymous Jan 10th, 2016 1:15pm report
Ian gillan was describing how he was feeling on deep purple's first trip to Japan & how exciting it was.
kooljohn176 Jul 4th, 2015 7:55pm report
Wow, the sound of the riff in this song was and still is exhilarating out of this world since then by Deep Purple. This song is about a woman from Tokyo. What woman from Tokyo I don't know, she just seems good and kind. Maybe could have been how John felt about Yoko, or a future child in time that became a woman like Homare Sawa who is loved not only by men on the soccer field, but loved and looked upon as a woman soccer god for team Japan and the country as the woman from Tokyo.
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