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Tomorrow Never Knows

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  1. “TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS” (John Lennon – Paul McCartney) A five month break from the studio for a popular recording group is usually a refreshing experience used to reassess their artistic direction.
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  4. Sep 29,  · Tomorrow Never Knows. By Victor Navasky. Sept. 29, ; See the article in its original context from September 29, , Section 6, Page Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine.
  5. "Tomorrow Never Knows" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written primarily by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. [4] It was released in August as the final track on their album Revolver, although it was the first song recorded for the mochisipypomarasterepyreebil.coinfo song marked a radical departure for the Beatles, as the band fully embraced the potential of the recording studio without.
  6. The title of this song came from Ringo Starr's phrase "Tomorrow never knows" that he said in a television interview in He told then a story about a curios moment at British Embassy in Washington, DC, when one of the guests had cut off a portion of his hair.
  7. Oh oh, tomorrow never knows I'll go where my heart leads me, to a tomorrow no can know You can't live by tenderness alone There are those who chose to say goodbye We'll meet again Somewhere on this long journey Reach out your hand, oh oh, to the other side of the endless darkness If you've got pain that won't heal, just bring it with you.

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