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Strawberry Field was a Salvation Army children's home in whose grounds John Lennon used to play as a boy. During rough times, he would close his eyes, imagining he was there. "Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see."

People always take beatles songs, and turn them into drug inspired satires.

John called the song "Strawberry Fields Forever" as a tribute to remember all of the Strawberry Fields of the world. The actual name of the children's home was Strawberry Field.


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Strawberry Fields was a Salvation Army Children's home near to where John Lennon grew up.

In Central Park, there is a section called "Strawberry Fields" after the song "Strawberry Fields Forever" written by him during the Beatles days. In the middle of Strawberry Fields, there is a memorial mosaic saying "Imagine" after his song "Imagine." It's called Strawberry Fields and is located in Central Park, New York City, NY.

yes Elton John knows every song by the Beatles because the Beatles are his favorite group and one of his top influances

The song is "Glass Onion" on the album, "The Beatles"(aka The White Album). The others songs mentioned are "Fixing a Hole", "I am the Walrus", "Strawberry Fields Forever", "Lady Madonna", and "Fool on the Hill"

The song strawberry fields forever is on the magical myetery tour album which has 11 songs on it

No, it isn't. It was released in early 1967, and The Beatles stopped in 1969 and the last record came out in 1970. The last song which had any musical input into was 'I Me Mine' - which was on the 3rd of January 1970.

It's a matter of opinion. Some good ones are Hey Jude, Strawberry Fields Forever, Something, Help, Nowhere Man, Get Back, Let It Be, but there are just tons of great Beatles music.

The song which plays during the war scene in Across The Universe is Strawberry Fields Forever

He said "Cranberry Sauce". It is kinda hard to mistake it... But, People Are Kinda Dumb These dAYS1!!!11

This song was about John Lennons childhood. He sings the sings the song about his old salvation army home that he called strawberry fields.

Safety Dance - Men Without Hats Signed, Sealed, Delivered - Stevie Wonder Slow Ride - Foghat Stay - Jackson Browne Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond Sweet Home Alabama -

Like a lot of their songs they were on LSD but this place was near John's childhood home, and during this time when they were writing songs about their childhood memories.

I'm sure that there's more than one correct answer to this! How about:Penny LaneKansas CityBlue Jay Wayand the following titles contain the name of an actual place;Back in the USSRAcross the UniverseStrawberry Fields Forever

Penny Lane was a street in Liverpool which had shops and businesses which Paul McCartney thought it might be a good idea to write a song about. The shopping area is real, but the businesses and people referred to are mostly fictitious. "Penny Lane" b/w "Strawberry Fields Forever" by the Beatles was released in February, 1967.

John Lennon sings Strawberry Fields Forever which took six weeks to write. It should be noted that while both John and Paul's name appeared as LENNON & McCARTNEY to denote the owner/creator of the song, the actual writer was generally the lead singer. Classic examples: LENNON - Strawberry Fields, In my Life, Across the Universe. McCARTNEY - Hey Jude, Penny Lane, The Long and Winding Road. GEORGE HARRISON, was usual limited to one song per side per album and wrote many classic Beatles' songs as well: Something, Here Comes the Sun, Tax Man. RINGO STARR made many contributions (including writing) on Yellow Submarine and Octopuses' Garden.

During the fall of 1966, when he was in Spain making How I Won the War with Michael Crawford and Richard Lester. A gate outside the house where he was staying had a similar look to the gate at Strawberry Field, and it reminded him of his boyhood.

The song was written by John Lennon and recorded at the end of 1966

"Penny Lane" is a song by The Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon/McCartney. Recorded during the Sgt. Pepper sessions, "Penny Lane" was released in February 1967 as one side of a double A-sided single, along with "Strawberry Fields Forever". The song was later included on the Magical Mystery Tour LP (1967).

Eddie Hardin (1982), Eugene Chadbourne (1985), John Bayless !1987), Richie Havens (1987), Sylvia McNair (1989).

It depends on you, but I love Strawberry Feilds Forever, Hard Days Night and Day In The Life

1.Magical Mystery Tour 2.The Fool On The Hill 3.Flying 4.Blue Jay Way 5.Your Mother Should Know 6. I Am The Walrus 7.Hello Goodbye 8.Strawberry Fields Forever 9.Penny Lane 10.Baby Your A Rich Man 11.All You Need Is Love

he said " i buried Paul " i listened to it a million times and i hear that every time, i don't hear " cranberry sauce " i think people are dumb these days

Other than musical instruments one would expect; guitar, drums, bass guitar, John Lennon played the MELOTRON which many say has the sound of a piano being played, recorded and then replayed in reverse.

There are a few of their later songs which include references to other songs of theirs. They are:The 1968 'White Album' song Glass Onion (with the most references): Strawberry Fields ForeverFixing a HoleThe Fool On The HillLady MadonnaI Am The WalrusThe 1967 'Magical Mystery Tour' song and single, I Am The Walrus: Lucy In The Sky With DiamondsThe 1968 'White Album' song Savoy Truffle: Ob-La-Di Ob-La-DaThe 1967 'Magical Mystery Tour' song and single All You Need Is Love:She Loves You (sung at the end of the live recording by Paul)There are other indirect mentions of songs in some, which may or may not be references.

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