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I Am the Walrus

I Am the Walrus


by The Beatles


The Beatles official site

Everything you ever wanted to know.

"I Am the Walrus" @ aboutthebeatles.com

Breaks the song down and explains some references.

Magical Mystery Tour: Interview snippets

This site contains a huge database of Beatles interviews, sorted by date or album.

Rolling Stone Interview: 1968

From the Beatles interviews site, this interview between John and Rolling Stone discusses various songs as well as his personal artistic process.

The Beatles Online

Yet another thorough and credible site created by devoted fans.

Steve's Beatles

A dedicated site with an interesting look at "Walrus."

The Famous Playboy Interview: 1980

We have quoted this interview of John and Yoko over and over because it contains so much insight into his thoughts and the rest of the band. Read it, you won't be disappointed.

New York Magazine: "The Death and Life of John Lennon"

A touching and well-written article detailing the biography of Lennon and the appalling news of his assassination that rocked an entire generation of people.

"The Walrus and The Carpenter"

The poem that started it all.

Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There

The complete text of one of John Lennon's favorite books of all time.

Paul McCartney.com

His official website.

George Harrison.com

Yet another Beatle's site.

Ringo Starr.com

The drummer of the Beatles made a site for himself, too.

100 Acorns

Yoko Ono's blog of experimental, instructional poems. She wrote these poems back in the sixties and her first collection is what got John totally hooked on her after their initial meeting in the art gallery.

Imagine Peace

A website dedicated to John and Yoko, created by Ono after his death. This particular linked page contains many more links that are relevant to the John and Yoko mission.

Yoko's Myspace

Supposedly this is the official page. We believe her.

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