George Harrison: All Those Years Ago Meaning
Song Released: 1981
All Those Years Ago Lyrics
While they treated you like a dog
When you were the one who had made it
All those years ago.
I'm talking all about how to give
They don't act with much honesty
But you point the way to the truth when...
anonymous Jun 9th, 2017 6:47am report
In the Beatles, my idol was John Lennon, for whom,I have written and published a book in Persian: the life and death of a legend John Lennon.After John, it was George who I admired.I believe that the song "all those years ago" is the best way of tribute from a great musician which brought the tears of nostalgic to my eyes.
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This song was George Harrison's tribute to John Lennon, shortly after Lennon was murdered by Mark David Chapman.
Though George had idolized John in his younger days, they two had been feuding bitterly for quite a few years before John's death. This song was George's way of telling John, "In spite of everything, I always loved you, I was always inspired by you, and I always admired the messages of peace and love and idealism you tried to share with the world."
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