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John Lennon: Woman Meaning

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Song Released: 1981


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(For the other half of the sky)

Woman I can hardly express
My mixed emotions at my thoughtlessness
After all I'm forever in your debt
And woman I will try to express
My inner feelings and thankfulness
For showing me the meaning of...

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    anonymous
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    Jan 11th, 2017 1:05pm report


    About the ''Woman'' that John fell madly in love with, along with the mysterious part of her [the light and the dark] that he also saw in himself, in distanced from his Mom, that he wanted so badly to be loved and understood by his Woman all together. She was a challenge for him to love her and know her. But at times, when compromising on his principles, he should have kept the ''veil'' down over her head and face a little longer for not being seened on t.v too much. Compare to the other ''Woman'' that he should've raised the ''veil'' higher to take a better look at her. Maybe because she did and might've had truly loved him more.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 6th, 2011 9:31pm report


    The song is obviously about Yoko but the line " I never meant to cause you sorrow or pain" could possibly be about Cynthia Lennon.




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