John Lennon: #9 Dream Meaning
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Song Released: 1974
#9 Dream Lyrics
Was it in a dream, was it just a dream?
I had know, yes I know
Seemed so very real, it seemed so real to me
Took a walk down the street
Thru the heat whispered trees
I thought I could hear (hear, hear, hear)
Somebody call out my...
anonymous Nov 26th, 2018 11:59pm report
Clearly, this is a post modernist, Sartrerian view of Man's place in a primordial world of confusion layered with hypocrisy topped with pre-pubescent fantasies of women in society and the likelihood of antediluvian crises. Underlying it all are themes from Camus, Jong, and Morrison becrying the West's descent into Imperialism and non-ferrous metalism. Note the Narrarator's focus on 'Self' as opposed to the Oppressed in South Afrooftica Major #tenteetlville.
This marks a major departure from earlier works by Steezenstatz, Bergenfeldman, and Imatwatnitzstien. They focused on the 'Beezlebub' factor as it were, and what not,forgoing Scaramoche for Scaramander. Much follows. So there you have it, and what not. Right ho!
anonymous Mar 14th, 2017 3:13pm report
A mixed drink, like a zombie, but 5 more flavors of alcohol. Any good bartender knows this.
anonymous Apr 16th, 2011 4:16am report
Nobody has submitted an interpretation
Because there is no meaning except he obviously liked George Harrison's songs especially My Sweet Lord
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