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John Lennon Remembered - 2004


Biographies, documentaries, and newspaper articles will all tell you that John Lennon died on Dec 8, 1980. But we all know that isn't true. How can it be? Even 24 years after his supposed death, we continue to listen to his music. His music still matters. It is still respected. You will not find his CDs in the bargain bin with a "Nice Price" sticker on them. They are full-price, which means they are still in demand. He may have used his songs as a catharsis for his own pain, but they also magically work for all of us. So, no, John Lennon is not dead. He is very much alive. And he always will be as long as we remember.

Dec 9, 2004
Bernard Van Eygen
Gent/Belgium/Europe
John, you've changed my life so much. I didn't know you when you were shot dead. I was 11 then. I felt so sad and I couldn't understand why the murderer did what he did. How can someone kill a person writing such beautiful songs? It all started for me with the song Imagine. And that clip, you wearing that red suit holding an acoustic, is still burned in my mind. Being 11, I thought I had to continue what you started. I am 35 now. For 24 years now I'm playing the guitar, and for 19 years I'm playing in a band. I had some Hamburg-experiences. I also tried to make it with my own songs. But today I'm just singing the great covers (of all artists of course), only in the weekends (yes, I have a "decent" job as parents would call it...). When I see people happy with what I'm doing I think of Love and Peace. Isn't that exactly what you wanted for the world? Of course I had to invest in the typical Lennon-guitars (just happy you didn't change every year...). Thank you Yoko for having these beauties around, and thanks for the fact that the Imagine-clip that I saw when I was 11, is included on the DVD Lennon Legend. And thank you John. Thank you so much for having such a great positive impact on my life...

Dec 9, 2004
wolfgang
germany(near hamburg)
HI JOHN, I know YOU ARE HERE! I love you! Thank you for the music+lyrics+art and for just being a nice guy! I always remember the sad day when i woke up that morning on 9th of december 1980. the early news on the radio alarm clock came on at app.6:30 am (german time)so it was 00:30 am in NYC.I switched it off ...thought i was dreaming...but i had to go to school that day (i was 13 then). I was a BABY IN BLACK the next few weeks...but anyroad you said john it is like getting out of one car and get into another one. LOVE+PEACE

Dec 9, 2004
Jonathan Wuepper
Michigan, USA
9 Dec 2004- Memories of the event 24 years on are as painful and shocking as the night it happend. What a horrible, sensless crime. On the bright side, humanity is much richer from having had John around for 40 years. In this troublesome world of today, Lennon's messages are as relavant and important as ever.

Dec 9, 2004
Martin Carroll
London, UK
I think it's in Radio Days, on the closing credits, when Woody Allen talks about the people he knew in his youth who have passed on, and how those voices become a little fainter with each passing year. I sat and played some songs from the John Lennon Anthology the other night and it struck me that John's voice is as clear as ever, probably because with each passing year, we realise even more that he is a unique and irreplaceable spirit. He certainly is to me. I was 10 when he died, and God did i cry that December morning. I was a shy kid from the North of England who had just lost his father 12 months before. At the same time, my mother bought me a guitar and I became entranced by the Beatles. John Lennon helped me through those 12 months with his music, his wit, his toughness, and the knowledge that he'd experienced pain. It was probably pretty unhealthy to latch on to someone like that but he was there at the right time. He seemed strong in a way I wanted to be - no kid wants to feel that he's soft. And then...John gets killed. Well ok, I could have followed his example when he was 18 and just shut out everything. I did lock myself away for a bit. I played his music constantly that Christmas, watched the TV tributes. They were bleak days, but in a way John's passing taught me all i needed to know about life. We may be passing through, but on the way we have the chance to give something that lasts and enriches the lives of others. John's life says to us: don't waste it. And if you don't buy that, play his music, read his words, listen to his voice. He's still giving.

Dec 9, 2004
coo coo ca chew
englands glory
roll up a fat one and lets have alaugh as john would have said!!

Dec 9, 2004
Craig Schroeder "Eggie"
Blackwood NJ
Looking down from your 7th floor soul, I still feel your spirit. John lives on forever in the hearts and minds of those he touched. His music, his ideals and his passion are the gifts he left to us all. Never let it fade away....

Dec 9, 2004
Jim Chisholm
Campbell River, Canada
Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup, they slither while they pass, they slip away across the universe. Pools of sorrow, waves of joy are drifting through my open mind possessing and carressing me. Jai Guru Deva Om! To all the people whose words are gathered here in memory of John, love and peace right back at you and to Yoko, Sean and Julian, I applaud your courage for carrying on through life without John.

Dec 9, 2004
Andrea
John Winston Ono Lennon. I love you! Rest in Peace. Thank you for making me "Imagine". You are and always will be one of my Heroes. I was only 9 when you died, I wore black to school in Mourning. I just shared "Imagine" with my two year old, who sleeps with a "John Lennon Artwork" Blanket. She didn't understand why Mommy was so Upset, but she can nearly sing along with Imagine. REST IN PEACE JOHN!!!! I LOVE YOU!!!!

Dec 9, 2004
AW
California
I cannot begin to relate how John Lennon has influenced my life over the past couple of years...I'd been exposed to him since I can remember, but it's only now, as I begin to enter what some call adulthood, that I can I even begin to grasp what John meant, and continues to mean, to this world. In today's world, we may, sadly, never achieve what John--and countless others both before and after his lifetime--dreamed of, yet the hope still exists. It is because of John's resonance with those (such as myself) who have difficulty accepting traditional norms that recent generations have carried on--or, I should say, "shone on." John, I wasn't yet alive when you died, yet this day will always be marked by a bittersweet nostalgia, at what was, at what could have been, and what still may come.

Dec 9, 2004
Bradie Quick
Aiken, SC
The older I get the more transcendent John's spirit becomes to me. This was a man of incredible insight and vision. He had a dream, and unlike so many other people he had the courage to try and make those dreams a reality, even when it took going against the iron fists of the government and the closed minded individuals of the world. John will live throughout space and time as an artist, a creative genius, and a pacifist. His body may be parted from us but his timeless beauty of mind and spirit will live for eternity. We love you, John Lennon. Thank you for giving us a voice.

Dec 9, 2004
Ciaran Kelly
Ireland
Peace and Love. John, look down upon us, give us guidance, help us to make this world a better place. Your legacy lives on forever and ever!

Dec 9, 2004
Nowhere Man
Utopia
What would John say if he were here today? In this time of WAR, hate, suspicions, religious superiority, greed, wealth, poverty, illness, strife, loss of freedoms, governments running amok, disrespect for each other, isolationists, hedonism, boarders being sealed? We know what hed say "Imagine there's no heaven, It's easy if you try, No hell below us, Above us only sky, Imagine all the people living for today. Imagine there's no countries, It isn't hard to do, Nothing to kill or die for, No religion too, Imagine all the people living life in peace. Imagine no possessions, I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger, A brotherhood of man, Imagine all the people sharing all the world. You may say Im a dreamer, but Im not the only one, I hope some day you'll join us, And the world will live as one...."

Dec 9, 2004
4MuLA
NYC
Too sad to go out. That was the plan for today, although I couldn't manage to hold back this heavy feeling of infinite sadness. Just listening to the latest stuff of John, contemplating his lyrics and spread my daily dose of instant karma to the world whenever I can. Remember John's words everyday, every hour! So many things are fucked up on this planet and misteriously we keep on screwing again and again on a major basis. Let's try to do our little part everyday because instant karma really exists. Thanks John your message is still strong. 'Strange days indeed.. most peculiar mama'

Dec 9, 2004
david lazalde
Chico ,ca,california
Joh Lennon died on my birthday and what i remember about that is we werer going to Disneyland and we were about to walk out the door when my parants were listening to KLOS 95.5 and they announced that Lennonn was shot god damn David chapman i just remember my parents crying no fun disney trip for us i could compare it to the tragic death of Kennedy a true lose for the greater good LENNONISM FFOREVER ............MY LIFE gOD SAVE OUR COUNTRY LENNON IS NOT HERE TO GUIDE US HAVE MERCY ON OUR DYING SOULS

Dec 9, 2004
Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon
Salem, Oregon
Spent the day remembering John, listening to lp's IMAGINE, PLASTIC ONO BAND and DOUBLE FANTASY. Remembering growing up cranking on the Beatle tunes thinking John was the coolest Beatle. Thinking about 6 weeks ago when I was in NYC for 3 hours and drove by Ground Zero and the Dakota in a melancholy mood. Too sad to put into words. Tears, still. Forever rock and roll. Totally unbelievable.... 'I may be a dreamer but I'm not the only one...' Thanks John for your great inspirational music and endless spirit.

Dec 9, 2004
D. MacDougal
California
The hardest thing for me is thinking about all the wonderful things John would have done in the past 24 years denied him. We've been cheated out of so much.

Dec 9, 2004
ellingsong
earth
Dec 8, 2004 Ellingsong Earth ***Imagine*** John Lennon was still alive 24 years ago*** Imagine, on December 8th, 1980, John Lennon was still alive until 10:50 PM, EST. Then his physical body was forced to leave this earthly plane - due to another senseless act of aggression with the convenience of a hand gun. Please imagine the kind of world John and Yoko Imagined, a world filled with peace, harmony and no borders. A world with enough food, water, love - and a home for everyone. John and Yoko Ono Lennon, painted these ideas on the canvass of life for all of us to imagine. Even in today's world with many active wars, it is easy to imagine a world society living peacefully. That image is up to each one of us. War is Over, if you want, is the simple, yet profound message these two and so many other philosophers and humanitarians expressed to a world hungry for something other than what were experiencing. John, your presence is still felt world wide, as your consciousness surrounds us and merges with us from the ethereal realms of your eternal existence. You are always remembered. World wide, there are many who think of you and your loved ones and extended family. We send them strength and love during these difficult days of living without you We are still sensitive to and honor the words and music you shared with us. Thank you for making the world a much better place to live in. We miss you. We are and will continue to Imagine. These sentiments are being felt and expressed Everywhere on Planet Earth. (It is now 23 minutes and 23 years later - that John Lennon had been shot. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, everywhere, today as we continue to Imagine.) check out http://PetitionOnline.com/Imagine sign your name to have John Lennon's b-day, Oct. 9, be an international holiday for peace. Started by Mark Ellis, who was in front of the Dakota until early morning of 12/09/80. Being a musician inspired by the music and philosophy expressed by John and Yoko, one of my songs, Little Child is a John Lennon Songwrtiing Contest 2003 Winner and will be available to hear in mid December 2004 at ellingsong.com.

Dec 9, 2004
Ellingsong
Earth
Dec 8, 2004 Ellingsong Earth ***Imagine*** John Lennon was still alive 24 years ago*** Yes we still love you even thought you're 64! Imagine, on December 8th, 1980, John Lennon was still alive until 10:50 PM, EST. Then his physical body was forced to leave this earthly plane - due to another senseless act of aggression with the convenience of a hand gun. Please imagine the kind of world John and Yoko Imagined, a world filled with peace, harmony and no borders. A world with enough food, water, love - and a home for everyone. John and Yoko Ono Lennon, painted these ideas on the canvass of life for all of us to imagine. Even in today's world with many active wars, it is easy to imagine a world society living peacefully. That image is up to each one of us. War is Over, if you want, is the simple, yet profound message these two and so many other philosophers and humanitarians express to a world hungry for something other than what we are experiencing. John, your presence is still felt world wide, as your consciousness surrounds us and merges with us from the ethereal realms of your eternal existence. Stevie Wonder announded your death to a stunned crowd of 15,000 of us at the Oakland Collosium! You are remembered. World wide, there are many who think of you and your loved ones and extended family. We send them strength and love during these difficult days of living without you. We are still sensitive to and honor the words and music you shared with us. Thank you for making the world a much better place to live in. We miss you. We are and will continue to Imagine. These sentiments are being felt and expressed Everywhere on Planet Earth. (It is now 24 minutes and 24 years later - that John Lennon had been shot. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, everywhere, today as we continue to Imagine.) check out http://PetitionOnline.com/Imagine sign your name to have John Lennon's b-day, Oct. 9, be an international holiday for peace. Started by Mark Ellis, who was in front of the Dakota until early morning of 12/09/80.

Dec 9, 2004
mike
lincroft nj usa
there is an energy that flows through all of us and John will be apart of that energy for many years to come. Bless his soul,

Dec 9, 2004
Andre
Van Nuys, CA
I've heard so many stories from so many of how the Imagine mosaic brings people from all walks of life , generation from generation, and so on together in this memorial dedicated to our beloved John. It is really amazing that this one simple phrase, Imagine, has the power to unite all of us as one, regardless of race, creed, color, economic class, and so on.... If ever a time should we all Imagine a world of one, it is now. John live 4ever.

Dec 9, 2004
Dave
Mayland
Wow! 24 years have passed so fast. I was watching Benny Hill that night with my mom. Dad was out in the living room watching the football game. He told me once that he won't walk across the street to see The Beatles. That night though, things were different. He was the one who came back and told me with a sadness in his voice. He did know how much they (he) ment to me. The next morning, my brother and I went and stayed the day in New York. 24 years later, I now have 4 children with my oldest 21, am a grandfather of a two year old and all are Beatle fans!

Dec 9, 2004
Spencer
Canada
John is the biggest influence in my life. His words have touched me and, being only 14, prove that he lives on in my generation. Thank you John God bless and rest in peace. And people dont forget, peace still has a chance.

Dec 9, 2004
Roger Nilsson
Los Angeles, CA
as i do every year on this date, i light a candle and sit in the dark while i listen to "(Just Like) Starting Over", "Woman" and "Watching The Wheels" followed by Elton's "Empty Garden". i miss you, John. Remember Love John Lennon 1980

Dec 9, 2004
Ann
Tennessee
It's hard to believe it's been 24 years that we lost John Lennon. I will never forget that horrible night as long as I live. He will always live on through his music and words. Love and miss you John!

Dec 9, 2004
kathy
queens ny usa
it is a very sad day i am sure for yoko and her family especially her son. all i know is that i was devestated 24 years ago when this happened as i was pregnant with my daughter and went into hospital 2 days later all i could do was cry as my emotions were high anyway but losing john the peacemaker only made it worse even now when i think back to that tragic night all i can say is why did he have to die such in such a tragic way as he was for peace and how does he die butin the most tragic way but i know there are days that fans will miss him but i feel good when i play his music i feel like he is still here and all i want to do is remember him on this day so i light my candle and say a prayer for him and god must have needed a rock singer up there i bet he is in charge of all the music yoko i feel your pain i wish i could take it away but john will live in all of our hearts for ever and ever a devoted fan

Dec 9, 2004
Stevie Joyce Jr.
Bklyn NY
I am so greatful for the life and gift of music John gave to us all. He showed us the way and his spirit will live forever. I think it is important to listen to his message and listen to the values in his songs (if you listen closely and you can really absorb it and you will learn something thats truely enlightening). His music is like therapy for me and he puts things in perspective in the most honest, sincere, and real way. Thats why we love him. And the joy he brings to me through all of his music(solo and in The Beatles) is what I get "high" off of. That is like golden rainbow. I truely feel that he is with us all. We all shine on. Like the moon, the stars, and the sun. On and on and on and on..... God bless you John.

Dec 8, 2004
Patti
Jacksonville, Fl
24 years ago I was pregnant with my first son, enjoying the Imagine album, so happy for John's comeback. I was so saddened to hear of his death that I cried all night. It was his Instant Karma that struck me as a 15 year old and I have never found another artist that I have admired or been drawn to except John. His loss was devastating and even now, he still seems alive when I listen to his music. Times have changed- but have they really when you listen to his lyrics about life? I miss you John.

Dec 9, 2004
Al
New Jersey
I remember still so well learning of John's murder the following morning as at that time I was living overseas: Ireland. I was attending college and was still very much a Beatle and specifically a Lennon fan both as a Beatle and in his solo career. I was listening to the morning news and when they announced he had been shot I just stared in disbelief at the radio. It seemed beyond anything I could believe. How could anyone shoot someone who may have best represented peace and love in our culture of a generation? I remember crying in complete disbelief and deep sadness of his being lost. I remember flying back to the states a day or so later for the holidays and seeing the people gathering across from the Dakota and his music being played. I agree that he will always live on through his music and art, but I miss his refreshingly honest perspective on various social issues.

Dec 8, 2004
Rosie
I used to live not far from the Dakota...always hoped to run into John and Yoko back in those days. I know when I heard about it in Arizona and knew I was moving back to NYC, I didn't want to go back home. Years later, I finally went to Strawberry Fields and took pictures with a friend who I wanted to share that moment with. It was a cool rainy day but I felt such warmth, love and peace there. A spirit as strong as his will never die. He made a difference because he wanted to let us know what he had learned. That is what love can do. Thank you John for the Love and your Honesty.

Dec 8, 2004
Don Brode
I was watching MNF when Howard Cosell broke in and offered perspective-Lennon had been shot. Missed a day of school. Listened to hours of Playboy tapes, Double Fantasy and rekindled my Beatle/John albums. Have gone almost yearly to our local vigil/celebration here in Austin, beginning in 1980 at as a 14 year old. Have never before or since quite connected with any celebrity or individual that I didn't actually know. Only John. And I especially appreciate his iconoclasm. I'm a violent person for non-violent approaches. If you want to be a hero then just follow me, but don't follow me. Dylan, Bono so many with so much brilliance and good intention, but none with both so glowingly and enduring as John.

Dec 9, 2004
trashman
Baton Rouge, LA
No question about it, the human condition sucks. But at times it can be beautiful and transcendent. In my life, John Lennon has had a lot to do with the best moments. Thanks, John. I have my doubts, but I hope that some part of you still exists somewhere. If not, you most assuredly live on within me and many other people around the world. Rest easy, man.

Dec 8, 2004
Joe W
Southern California
24 years later and your passing still hurts as much as it did that terrible, terrible night I first heard the news. What a waste. The only consolation I've had have been those songs recorded 30 and 40 years ago that still continue to comfort, soothe and inspire me and for that I will be forever thankful. Rock on brother as you make your way across the universe---just remember we miss you very, very, much and wish you were still here with us.

Dec 8, 2004
Jen
I miss John.

Dec 8, 2004
David
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."... Lennon's music is in a realm that defies simple descriptions. The message can easily be heard through the words and by his deeds, but the music touches the soul and makes it real and personal. I'm sure Lennon means something different to everybody, but we all share the same basic understanding. I thank you, John. You were a true seeker and artist. You've inspired so many people. You live on in all our hearts and minds... I imagine everyday.

Dec 8, 2004
Fernando Mata
Houston, Texas
I was having a pretty good morning then I realized what today date was. After 24 years it still hurts and it will forever. At the end of the day I locked myself in my room and listened to Beatle and John Lennon music. I was in another place another time, remembering my young days with all of my family. Amazing how some music make you feel happy and sad at the same time. Peace John Lennon you are in my life forever.

Dec 8, 2004
Christian
W.V. bitch
Some say....that Yoko...was the one who took him...some say....that crazy asshole/who claims to be a fan....but the point I'm here to make is...lets not point the fingers on who and why one of the greatest musicians who ever lived was takin...but what he gaves us...why'll he was here... John I thank..you and want you to know as look down upon us....we will never forget you... Peace&love

Dec 8, 2004
Eltroppo
It's important to love something...Uhhh...That's what I learned from John...Cheerz...:)O(:

Dec 8, 2004
secondtimearound
Even after all this time I miss you like the sun don't shine without you I'm a one track mind mind mind John...

Dec 8, 2004
Sherman
USA
On December 8th, 1980, a rather roudy group of young men in Wisconsin were "hooting and hollering" at a paticular Monday Night Football game. Howard Costell paused with an anouncment that stunned and dismayed. Any joy that we may have had was in a momnet gone. It was the first and only time I saw a group of roudy men begin to cry. Every year sence... 23 in fact, we all came together and in some form cried together again. This is my first year in 24 that I cannot be with my friends... so I cry alone. I miss all you guys - say hi to John for me, and I'll see you all as God allows. Peace to you all. God Bless.

Dec 8, 2004
Brian Martin
Riverside, California
24 years. Amazing isn't it? I just IMAGINE at how differently the world would be today if you were here physically. I used to really get angry at Paul's statement after your death that "it's a drag". After losing my father last year, I realize when you lose somebody you really love, that words can't describe your emotions. I can't wait to see you both, and I know in the span of time, it will be shortly. I lost both of you too soon.

Dec 8, 2004
C H
Erie, PA
I was just listening to Double Fantasy yesterday and thinking how lucky we are that John had time to make it. It's not his best but I'm thankful for it. For those of us who are inspired by Lennon's music it is impossible not to wish he was still with us. The best we can do is enjoy his legacy and try to realize the idealistic world that he helped us to Imagine.

Dec 8, 2004
Hazel Weatherfield
Montreal.
I remember the first time I said your name. I was 4 or 5 years old. I was listening to "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" and I said to my father, "Daddy isn't that John's voice?" He congratulated me, beaming proudly that I had recognised your voice. Distinctive, nasal, personal, precious. I remember the first time it hit me that you were gone. I was 6 or 7 years old. My sister and I played a secret game called "Lend Me A Cart" that was code for "Lennon-McCartney." In our blissful world, we were the girls from ABBA; she was married to Paul, and you, you with your ability to enchant a 6 year old, were my beloved husband. One afternoon, our older brother caught us playing this game, and like most 13 year olds would, he revelled in ridiculing us. He chased me around the house gleefully screaming that I was married to a ghost. "Hahaha, your husband is DEAD. You're married to a GHOST." I cried and cried and cried. I knew you were gone; I just didn't realise the real permanence of it. It hurt too much to think that someone that meant so much to me didn't exist, that you were but a figment of my imagination. But that wasn't true, John. You were always there, emanating comfortingly from my speakers, singing about love and peace and and walruses and so many things I didn't understand. Here I am, 21 years of age, and you're still with me. You were, are and will always be an integral part of my life. Rest in peace, beautiful one...

Dec 8, 2004
denny
new york
the best way i can think to honor one of the biggest influences in my life is to give back. i was reflecting today on the man and his beliefs. It makes me proud to know that so many people STILL care and share his ideals. I try my best to honor the man by living my truth no matter what! But i still find it hard to believe that he is gone. "IMAGINE ALL THE PEOPLE" Well, after seeing all the thoughts n reflections here, its not hard to imagine after all. peace n love to all!

Dec 8, 2004
sgtlennon
Hey John, Bless you wherever you are. Another Dec. 8th has reared it's head upon us. I am forever grateful for you sharing your great music, wit and ideas with the rest of us. This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you. Or some such trite Don McClean sugary sentiment. Arf! "Hatred and jealousy, gonna be the death of me. Guess I knew it right from the start". J.Lennon, Walls and Bridges, 1974.

Dec 8, 2004
Renn
Chicagoland USA
John Lennon is quite possibly the biggest influence on me, even bigger than Doctor Who. It's so hard to accept that he's been gone nearly a quarter of a century. I still recall with great fondness the excitement in the autumn of 1980, when Double Fantasy came out. There were all sorts of interviews with John and Yoko in the press, all of which were brilliant, and firnly turned me from the McCartney side of the force for once and for all. I was particularly excited to hear "(Just Like) Starting Over" for the first time on my 17th birthday that October. I was staying up late the night of December 8, 1980, working on my essay questions for my application to Northwestern University. I had the TV on, as usual, tuned to the Monday Night Football game since there wasn't anything else of interest on. I can still recall hearing Howard Cosell announce that John had been shot... and then that he had died. Everything for that week became one big blur for me from that point on. I managed to call my best friend (who was in HER freshman year at NU) to tell her the news. (She didn't believe me at first, interpreting my hysterical sobs as giggling.) I nearly beat up a fellow orchestra member in the stairwell at school on the 9th, because she was a born-again Christian and said that John deserved to die because he was a drug-user and sinner. I stayed home the following day because it was a half day of school and I really couldn't deal with mundane stuff in the light of what had happened. I managed somehow to get through the rest of the school week. On that first Sunday, I braved the public transport system and found my way to Cricket Hill in Lincoln Park, where thousands of Lennon/Beatles fans had gathered to join in on Yoko's Minute of Silence for John. Having now recently celebrated a birthday that John never did (41), I still find myself longing for his presence in this dimension. Everything he was saying in 1980 about being 40 I have found spot-on, and I really wish he would have been around to comment on being 45 or 50 or older....

Dec 8, 2004
Bill
Benicia, California
I can't believe it's been 24 years...it hurts me still after all this time. My heart goes out to Sean, Julian and Yoko for their loss. We need your music and your voice for peace now more than ever. War is over if you want it.

Dec 8, 2004
David
Redondo Beach, CA
I was listening to John's music this morning, not realizing the significance of Dec 8. I noted how clear and distinctive his voice sounded & how much I admire his intensity and songwriting. Upon realizing the date, I must say - along with the rest of you - he is missed. I often wonder what he would have done during the last 24 years. I continue to treasure the music from his time with us.

Dec 8, 2004
No Flies On Frank
beyond comprehension

Dec 8, 2004
Jim
Las Vegas, NV
Thank you John for the music & you will always Shine On!

Dec 8, 2004
Jessica
Omaha, NE
It's so hard to put into words how I know we all feel right now. The deepest and strongest sense of love, loyalty, hurt, anger, longing, confusion. John is woven into the fibers of my being and this day is always hard. I know that we should all being celebrating his life but it's difficult. You can look back with wonder on those amazing 40 years but it only reminds you that he only had 40. I never had the privilege of being alive during John's lifetime, but I feel the pain just as much. Every December 8th, my mom looks at me with tears in her eyes and asks me when it will stop hurting. I have to tell her the truth, it won't. Not for her, me, or you. As long as we all keep this "loving flame" burning, John is here. His music will live in our hearts forever. No one can take that away from us. So John, If I say I really loved you and was glad you came along, then you were HERE TODAY.

Dec 8, 2004
TB
Canada
When I finally visited Strawberry Fields & The Dakotas, I was truly moved. John Lennon is always an inspiration, and his life will always live on. "Shine on" if you will. He was truly one of the worlds greatest creative geniuses.

Dec 8, 2004
Tina Epstein
sebastopol, ca, USA
John was the one we looked to. Even though he is gone I feel he lives in all of us. What would he think of the world today. John was a gift.

Dec 8, 2004
stephen
liverpool.uk
from one scouser to another john,sadly missed by all who ever heard your thoughts and music.r.i.p.,god bless.

Dec 8, 2004
Jennifer
Oregon
Today is not a day to remember John Lennon's death, it is a day to remember his life. He was a wonderful artist and spoke the truth through all his songs. Anyone who knows music will listen to John Lennon. It really breaks my heart that our music has dewindled in the last some odd years. No one can top John Lennon. Paul McCartney has tried, and frankly Paul you are loosing. John Lennon's music is pure and WILL remain timeless, as well as ageless. Love ya John, and thanks for the great music.

Dec 8, 2004
michael
athens, ga
"The miracle today is communication. So let's use it." -John Lennon '69..............Lennon Saves!!

Dec 8, 2004
Katherine
Toronto Ontario Canada
Its on days like these I stop and think...and consider what it would be like if John was still alive. He was a great man. He would probably be still fighting for peace today and I know I would be right there standing by him. I don't believe anybody quite had the same affect on the world that he did. He made people listen "watched the wheels go round". He was amazing. When it came to proving a point, nobody could say it better than him. And the best thing is, he learned from his personal experiences which I think is truly the most inspiring thing about him. He was an amazing musician, amazing composer, and all around great man. I wish I could've lived during his time.

Dec 8, 2004
Laura
Words sometimes just can't describe feelings well. I wish I was able to write all my thoughts on John as well as some other people here have......but for now, simplicity will have to suffice. I miss you lots, John. And I thank you for being such a part of my life. Lots of love forever, Laura

Dec 8, 2004
Jennie O
Calgary, CANADA
I am thinking of Yoko today. We all were robbed of John on this day 24 years ago but something significant was stolen from Yoko that night and my heart goes out to her. John was a poet and a visionary but above all he was a human being. The best gift he ever gave me was being a human being because it gave me hope that human beings are capable of such truth, purity and unbiased intelligence. Hopefully one day the human beings who share John's strengths will outnumber the types of people he tried to rise up against. Goo goo goo joob everyone! He was the walrus but now he is John. Learn from his words, live to his music and remember his dreams. Now more than ever his vision of peace and understanding is a poignant and urgent message. My love to Yoko and Sean. Peace and love to all you Lennon fans. Jennie O

Dec 8, 2004
Wayne Pernu
Portland OR
A day doesn't go by where I don't think of John Lennon, but December 8th always comes hard. The disbelief from 24 years ago still lingers. Still, I sometimes hear people say they've never been able to listen to John's music in the same way since his death. I think this is a terrible thing, since, in the end, it is his music that matters and it is his music that will outlive us all. In this way, December 8th should be the one day when his music should be listened to and treasured not with a feeling of loss, but with a feeling of joy for who John was and for what he accomplished.

Dec 8, 2004
Melanie
Asheville, NC
Just missing you...Was listening to "Give Peace a Chance" today and thinking that it is so beautiful what you were able to use your music for. You weren't afraid to say what you felt. I truly believe that the world would be a different place today if you were still here. May your light never extinguish! Thank you for sharing with us! Love to Yoko and Sean!

Dec 8, 2004
Zack
Colorado
John Lennon What A Great Man. Today I made Sure To Try and Premote Peace. John Could Write a Mean Song. I've Been A Beatles Fan For Quite Some Time But Not Till A Few Weeks Did I get into John Lennon,And he touched me in such a short time.(Really Goes Too Show How Great He Was) It Was Wrong For Him To Be Taken From Us But It Happened and We All Have To Give Peace A Chance. Remember To Love Each Other,And Help Each Other. And ALWAYS "Imagine"!!

Dec 8, 2004
Valarie
Richmond, VA, USA
As I've always done, I've lit a candle tonight in memory of that bright light that went out now 24 years ago tonight. Hard to believe it's been that long. G-d bless you, John, wherever you are. I love you. "Though I know I'll never lose affection For people and things that went before I know I'll often stop and think about them In my life, I'll love you more..."

Dec 8, 2004
Chris
Orlando
You know.. theres a lot of great people who spread there message through music.. john lennon is one of them.. another great man was bob marley.. but todays not his day.. its johnnys.. john lennon was a great man.. from give peace a chance.. to instant karma.. wicked songs he made.. hes remembered for his peace, loving, and caring personallity.. expecially how he wanted the world to be.. imagine deres no heaven.. as he said.. soon the world will be jus how he personalized it in the song imagine.. i will make sure of that.. god bless john lennon.. and all of his great fans.. me you, and others.. one love.. give peace a chance my fellow brothers and sisters.. we are all in this world together..

Dec 8, 2004
matthew britton
lubbock, tx USA (home of buddy holly)
lennon was and still is the voice of every gerneration that is trying to define itself. my hats off to "a perfect circle" and their remake of "imagine" it is bringing a whole new generation of "world thinkers" to the table. maynard is the voice for this generation and many to come. lennon set the presidense, "someday the world will live as one."

Dec 8, 2004
Ivy
We miss you more than ever.

Dec 8, 2004
Bianca
What can I say?. I will always remember you, and I won't cry anymore about your death, but I will celebrate what you and your music means to me. I fell in love with you the day I saw a video when you arrived in New York wearing a beret. You look loveable, I was a 11 years old girl, then when I heard your music I understood that you were more than "that beret". Love you (Sorry John my english is hopeless).I know you're with Jesus now.

Dec 8, 2004
Paul Wentworth
Sheffield England
John thanks for music,means so much to so meny. Still cant believe you have gone.This day gets harder every year.Some have gone and some remain.You will always remain in the hearts of us all.ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE

Dec 8, 2004
Lou
John is one of the very few people when every time I hear him sing or when I hear his name I think to myself, I cant believe someone killed John Lennon. I didnt realize today was the anniversary of that sad day until this I heard a radio DJ mention right before he spun Imagine. Its still such a moving song and when we find our world in times such as these, Johns simple and eloquent words mean so much more to those of us who have a bit of his spirit residing in us. John we need you and your wisdom now more than ever. We would love to hear what youd have to say about our world and the senseless wars are leaders make us fight. We love to hear your challenge to Mr. Blair and president Bush. The world is a darker place without you. We miss you John.

Dec 8, 2004
Debbie
OLympia, Wa.
To a great man of peace and love..Will remember this man of a part of history....Peace....To you..

Dec 8, 2004
Susan
Canada
John, thank you for being. Thank you for creating and sharing yourself. Thank you for caring for us. Thank you for showing us love. Thank you for making us think. Thank you for inspiring us to IMAGINE. My heart is with you today and everyday. STOP WAR NOW!!!

Dec 8, 2004
Anne
Ohio, USA
There are two things that are hard for me to believe: that John is gone and that he has been gone for so long. His intelligence, integrity, wit, humor, incisive outlook, humanity, and his beautiful spirit were so wonderfully expressed in his music and art. The world is a darker and colder place without him. God bless you, John, you will live in our hearts forever. Peace and joy to you and George.

Dec 8, 2004
kelly
I wasn't even born yet when john lennon was killed, but thankfully his music lives on. he was an amazing person that will always be remembered. peace and love

Dec 8, 2004
Kevin J Blanchard
Reno,Nevada
Thank You and You are so very much missed. A lifetime fan

Dec 8, 2004
Mary
Nevada
Your music is an inspiration to so many people ~ Wish you were here when the world needs a voice of peace and love. We wiss you very much

Dec 8, 2004
Vagabond John
Here, There and Everywhere
JOHN WINSTON - ONO - LENNON - October 9, 1940 - December 8, 1980: "So this is Christmas. And what have you done? Another year over. And a new one just begun. And so this is Christmas. I hope you have fun.... War is over, if you want it." "If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there'd be peace." "If someone thinks that love and peace is a clich that must have been left behind in the Sixties, that's his problem. Love and peace are eternal." . "The thing the sixties did was to show us the possibilities and the responsibility that we all had. It wasn't the answer. It just gave us a glimpse of the possibility. " The 8th of December 2004 marks the 24th anniversary of John Lennon's assassination. Despite the fact that more than two decades have passed, I still mourn this loss. I miss him and his absence has left a void that can never, ever be filled. I'm certain that I can safely state that my feelings are shared by all of those who genuinely loved and admired him. He was a rare human being, truly one-of-a-kind. John Lennon was an infinitely and a profoundly gifted person. His genius shone forth brilliantly in everything he did. Musician, lyricist, singer, artist, actor, humorist, political and peace activist, and writer, all of which were accomplished with sterling precision and golden perfectionism. He never did anything half-heartedly, but rather put his entire self into all of his work. He was indubitably a dedicated man who sincerely cared about humankind. He was a leader of the '60's and the peace movement. Old and young people both looked up to him, and many of his fans considered him the 'messiah' of that changing, turbulent, and radical decade. To his foes, he was dangerous. To his family, friends, and fans, he was loveable. The unique characteristics that endeared John to us were the delightfully weird and hilarious sense of humor; the comic facial expressions; the penchant for the absurd; the political candidness; the trend-setting style of music; the succinct writing ability in lyrics and literature; the handsome voice; the distinctive artistic flair; the eccentric clothes; and the avant-garde hair styles. All of these and much, much more are what made John Lennon a man the world cannot forget. John Lennon shares an equal position on the pinnacle of success along with the virtuosi, Charles Dickens and Wolfgang Mozart. He, like they, achieved the status of master artiste and legend in his own time. It is said that the Beatles changed the world. And yes, to a certain degree, that is true. But since there would be no Beatles without their founder and leader (John Lennon) who as a result of his belief in them and himself, and his promise "to take them to the top," single-handedly changed the world. Not just the musical world, but the entire world. The world is much better and more beautiful for having known John Lennon. And so are we.... We love you, John, and we miss you. Thank you very much indeed for enriching our lives. God bless you. You are part of God, and therefore eternal. The week following his assassination, Time Magazine's cover was a picture of John with the words, "When the Music Died." It was a most tragic day for all of us and even though that event has left deep scars, we can take consolation for on that day John Lennon and his music commenced living on in our hearts and souls. He would have wanted it that way. Abby Road was the last album the Beatles made. The last song on the album is: "The End." The lyrics are: And in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make -- John Lennon therefore took enough love with him to last the eons....

Dec 8, 2004
SyncMaster K
New Brunswick, Canada
This is GREAT! People showing Love real Love for a hero... His message has'nt died with all of you... I feel sad that in a world of soo much communication we no longer (in our extreme apathy) talk of changing the world... Seeking PEACE and LOVE and a truer UNDERSTANDING... LOVE IS ALL WE NEED... People think they can't do anything well John showed us we can do everything as long as we share a common belief.. People (especially of my generations) see these as pipe dreams for the foolish the daydreamt ramblings of an idealist but i say why not.. we have a bad deal now lets make it better.. John is my inspiration and represents a REAL man.. flawed but noble.. I thank you John for everything

Dec 8, 2004
Richard Alberty
Vt
John was shot on my birthday 1980. 24 years later & I am 50. I find little to celebrate . What a Drag..... Ringo's tribute on Ringo Rama for John & George is Fabtastic ! " You Really Got A Hold On Me " Peace & Love Richard

Dec 8, 2004
Larry B
Alma, Michigan USA
A DAY IN THE LIFE is just not the same without John Lennon alive. Thank God his music and movies live on forever.

Dec 8, 2004
MaryAnne Cleary
Phila, PA, USA
Dear John, I am so glad I sat there and watched the Beatles Anthology with my dad when I was in 3rd grade. I remember hearing "I am the Walrus" and I just fell in love, with you and the Beatles. As I listened to more of your songs, my love progressed. I wish you didn't have to be treated like this by this awful man. If only you would have stayed longer. I love your music and you inspire. Everyday I have to listen to you just to hear your wonderful voice. If I'm ever down about something, I always listen to you and I feel so much better. You did such good things for people and I don't know how anyone can hate you that much to kill you. I know if you were still here you would be spreading the peace you did twenty four years ago. You touch so many peoples lives then and now and I know you will continue in the future. I just have to say thank you for your wonderful music and your wonderful self. The world and I miss you everyday. Rest in peace John. I love you.

Dec 8, 2004
seaofgreen
atlanta, usa
we miss you so much! I wish we had a voice like yours to guide us through these difficult times.

Dec 8, 2004
Nedison
Minnesota
A Working Class Hero is truly something to be. Bless You, John.

Dec 8, 2004
wendy
God bless you, John. I miss you.

Dec 8, 2004
Carol
USA
I miss you, John.

Dec 8, 2004
Jim
Connecticut.
I was at a bar here in Connecticut the night John was shot. I left the bar right away, and went home to turn on the news, sure enough. I heard those words, Mr Lennon was shot. Details to come as we get them. I stayed up most of the night glued to th t.v. I woke up early, made a few phone calls and rounded up some friends to hope on the next train to the city. We walked from Grand Central all the way up to Central Park West, The closer we got, the more crowded it got, then we see it. The Dakota. I stood in awe. I couldn't believe I was here, there were thousands of people there, the street was blocked off for all traffic. We got to see Ringo come in his Limo,and at one point someone said Jullian was there too. We stayed a good part of the day, sang Beatle songs, watching people crying, we had lost a legend. What we witnessed was history. A part of history that changed music. No matter what people say, I think John, Paul, George and Ringo would have toured again. I was just at The Dakota this past summer, and it was the fist time back since then. I felt a certain calmness as I strolled through Strawberry Fields. Walking where John once walked, last year, I walked Abbey Road, I had the same feeling. Rest in peace John (Give Peace A Chance.)

Dec 8, 2004
Sir Peto
Huajuapan de Len, Oaxaca, Mxico
Twenty four years and it still hurts me. However, his music relieves me from the pain. Alas, we all shine on!

Dec 8, 2004
jose
Panam
Te recordamos siempre john.........gracias por todo lo que nos diste....

Dec 8, 2004
Erin
Apex, NC
It just doesn't get any easier. I know he is around here somewhere, I know he hovers at will, and I have felt his presence from time to time. But even so, he was robbed, and we were robbed, and it should never have come to this. Across the Universe, my friend, my mentor, my first love. We are with you in spirit, and we wish you and yours peace. Thank you for everything...everything. Erin

Dec 8, 2004
Rob L
Newfoundland, Canada
John....you were taken from this earth too soon. However, millions of fans like me are thankful for the time you did have here, and that with it, you chose to share your music and your life with the world. Thanks! ...and Yoko, thank-you, after all, in the end, the love you shared with John was the inspiration for it all.

Dec 8, 2004
Mark
Whittier, Ca
IMAGINE if John was still alive today. That thought brings a great big smile to my face. I wish it were true......

Dec 8, 2004
Joe N.
New York
John, I love you, your music changed my life and will forever continue to mold the way I think and feel about my emotions and the world around me. Your music often brings me to tears. Thank you for the greatest gift a man could give the world.

Dec 8, 2004
beatlebunny
To the coolest and sweetest musician I know, much love. I'm rockin' out, "doing the oz," and enjoying the product of a man who both makes me laugh and makes me think.

Dec 8, 2004
mick
dublin,ireland
thanks for the music ,that will never die

Dec 8, 2004
Little Willow
Indiana, USA
I can't believe it's this time of year again. Every time this date comes around, I get extremely depressed and ecstatic all at once. Depressed because the world lost a peace activist, fantastic musician, and an all around fantastic bastard, who never even breathed air at the same time as I. Ecstatic because I discovered your music and life and experienced a drastic change because of it. I suppose all I can do is thank you, John, because you've done more for me than you can possibly imagine, without even being alive. We love and miss you. Love Willow

Dec 8, 2004
pat
cedarburg, wisconsin
John i love you dearly and you have inspired me to start a band of my own.Without you i dont know where I'd be right now

Dec 8, 2004
anthony d.
kansas u.s.a.
wow 24yrs have past since we all lost such a grand human being. i think about alot what if john was still with us and it makes me sad he's not. god bless you john winston lennon , we all love you .

Dec 8, 2004
Robin Brock
Tallahassee, Florida USA
Dear John, I just want to thank you for giving us the music and your legacy will live on. I feel you really never left us. Robin

Dec 8, 2004
marky
london
i still feel very bitter john was KILLED...

Dec 8, 2004
menloveavenue
On a mountain in Australia
John.....you still walk with us, beside us, through our lives, through our spirits, through our thoughts. You are in the breeze that flys through me..your words make me feel connected. I love you and respect you for opening my eyes, keeping my spirit alive. I'm sad.....I wanted so much to sit beside you, have a cuppa green tea, to talk with you one day. I had imagined it...I love you like a brother. No idolitry, so don't let the bastards mask your intent and your impression on us all. We just love you, plain and simple 'LOVE'. Love and(((hugs)))to Yoko, Sean and Julian today.. thankyou for keeping Johns' flame alive for future generations......... Everything is clear in my heart...my world, because of John Lennon and of course, our George too! :) Love Mischelle XXXXXXXX

Dec 8, 2004
Ryan E
Thanks for the great music left behind, and the legend that lives on.

Dec 8, 2004
jina
Finland
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." It's still hard to understand.. Impossible. No, you can not be gone, John. You will never die. Thank you for giving me the strenght to carry on. Love.

Dec 8, 2004
B.Calvet
Barcelona-Espaa
24 aos y no te olvidamos, es mas, ests mas vivo que nunca en nuestros corazones. Gracias por todo lo que nos diste, JOHN.

Dec 8, 2004
Connie
New York
It's hard to believe 24 years have gone by. I can still remember the day like it was yesterday. Rest in peace, John.

Dec 8, 2004
NowhereGirl
Canada
Dear John. I have learned so much from you, your wisdom and creativity has givin me so much inspiration in life. I just wanted to thankyou so much. I miss you, I always have, always will. You are so amazing. I hope you are in peace wherever you are. maybe in a bed somewhere? your voice and words mean everything to me. honestly, I dont know where I'd be with out you. All my loving Jenna.

Dec 8, 2004
Syl(UFO)
I'll never get over it. We'll always remember you, John. You'll always shine on - like the moon, and the stars, and the sun.

Dec 8, 2004
cookie
Every time this date it gets a little easier, becaue we know how much closer we are to seeing you again. Jim morrison's birthday and your death date how strange. We miss your merciless grip on everything. We'll see you again someday. Dont let us miss out on too much up there...

Dec 8, 2004
Paul Sampson (F4)
Halifax,Nova Scotia
I was 20 when John died.It has left and continues to leave a big hole as to what might have been.Not just the possible reunion but he was such a clever wordsmith.We all have missed out on such a great artist and human.Yoko,Sean and Julian have lost the most of all. I was in Liverpool in 96 and was dismayed to see his killer"s name on his display at the Albert Dock complex.It was so unfair for them to include that. Anyway,happy thoughts to all on this sad day and John I hope we meet some day.Rest in Peace my friend.

Dec 8, 2004
Mark
PA, USA
Honor John by writing your own little song or poem today. Bring out the artist inside of yourself and make it true. I waited until today to quit my corporate job. I saw the date as significant because it will be a rebirth of freedom for me just as it was for John. I'm going to write my song tonight when I get home and, believe me, I'm gonna play it loud at some open mic so even John can hear it...wherever he is.

Dec 8, 2004
Dave Ligertwood
Canada
I don't believe in Jesus, I don't believe in Christmas, I just believe in me; the world around me and me. John, you saved my life way back then. I (for the first time) sent a happy John Lennon Day message to people I love.

Dec 8, 2004
erik nelson
new york, new york, usa
with a happy candle we will remember your greatness in the streets of new york this warm evening. peace, love, and empathy.

Dec 8, 2004
ROBERTO
ZACATECAS, MEXICO
Dear John, Thank you for the message you gave us, it will last for thousands of years, giving humankind a ray of hope.

Dec 8, 2004
Michelle Martinez
Los Angeles, CA , USA
I have always felt sad when this day comes around but after losing both my parent a couple of years ago, the pain is a lot more palpable. I remembered exactly were I was when John Lennon was announced dead. I was only 8 years old, but I cried uncontrollably. He was a sweet and generous soul.... I would like to extend my thoughts and prayers to his family.

Dec 8, 2004
James
Las Vegas, NV
So long ago. Was it in a dream? Was it just a dream? I know, yes I know. It seemed so real to me...On a river of sound. Thru the mirror go round, round. I thought I could feel (feel, feel, feel). Music touching my soul, somthing warm, sudden cold. The spirit dance was unfolding. Ah, bowakawa pousse, pousse.

Dec 8, 2004
Vince
Pa USA
Dear John, You shine on with the Moon, the Stars and the Sun ...All we are still saying is Imagine to Give Peace a chance, and All you still need is Love.. Keep on Rockin in your cosmic world Doctor Winston O'boogie :)

Dec 8, 2004
Joseph
Portland, OR US
Every year this day gets to me a little, as it does to all of us. John was a great man, and each time his brilliance strikes me I can't help but feel a bittersweet pang at the knowledge that he's gone. But he left a lot of truth behind for us, and I hope he would be proud to know that his messages are still alive today.

Dec 8, 2004
Frieden
Pennsylvania
John, your music gets me through some very difficult times. When I'm ready to give up on the world, I just pop in a CD and remember what you stood for. Thank you for giving us hope for the future. Peace be with you. See you soon.

Dec 8, 2004
Brian
Westminster, Ca USA
Imagine.........Peace, Love, and John Lennon in 2004! The world would be a much better place if we had all three!

Dec 8, 2004
Gregorio Caldentey
Argentina
Today 24 years of the disappearance of John Winston Ono Lennon are marked. 8 of December of 1980 is a date that has been recorded not only in the world of rock music, but of the culture in general. Because Lennon was more than a Beatle , although he would never be agree, he represents much more for the world than another musician, he is an inescapable figure in any coherent history that becomes of the XX Century and not only like part of the band of Liverpool. There are many forms to identify with John because in his little 40 years of life he passed through numerous stages : anxious boy who lived with his aunt, adolescent gang member in the Liverpool of the 50's, to furious rocker in Hamburg, leader of the more successful pop band of history, poet and writer, experimenter of sounds and substances, leader of the Flower Power, generational icon, hippie pacifist, intimist and confesional songwriter idealistic, fighter of controverted causes, enemy number 1 of the Nixon administration, uncontrolled adult that behaved like an adolescent in Los Angeles of the 70's , father of family, housewife, artist consecrated artist returning to the public life and, in the final part of its life, mature man who found what he was looking for and could stop the search that had had him in movement during 4 decades. The young boy who was lost his family had managed to form a new one. And as if that had been the true mission of his life, at the moment that he managed to become stabilized like human being , the violence that he as much had fought stopped his passage through this world. Poor John, the most benefitted with his life were us , because he not only has left songs to us that comprise the musical DNA of this planet, but an ideal, an attitude, certain unifying feeling that remember us that there should not exist borders, flags, races or religions that separate us, because we are all part of the same community and our objective here is to grow as people for our own and the others benefit, so as he did, changing our lives in the way. Thanks John. We miss you a lot.

Dec 8, 2004
Dale VanCleef
The world needs him now more than ever.

Dec 8, 2004
Becky
Oregon, USA
still remember every year, on this day, how the world changed in an instant. LOVE YOU JOHN & YOKO. PEACE.

Dec 8, 2004
Ronald
Miami FL USA
John Lennon, Loving father, Husband, Great Musician, Great Artist, many thoughtful and kind things to say about him. But why did he have to Pass away innocently? John Lennon was all about peace, why did he have to be killed? I am a 14 year old, and im a fanatic of The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Grand Funk Railraod etc. (All the music from the 60's,70's,80's) and most people hate me all on account of me liking this kind of music. All i wish to say is GOD Bless John Lennon for being a great musician with a mission to bring Peace to all parts of the world. John.. We will all miss you and remember you . I hope your making great music with The Lord above along with , Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison, Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, Andy Gibb, John Henry Bonham, etc. GOD BLESSYOU JOHN

Dec 8, 2004
Nick
USA
John is a true inspirational figure of peace. He will always be remembered, even 100 years from now. We miss you John!

Dec 8, 2004
winston1909
Death sometimes means nothing!

Dec 8, 2004
Joel
London,England
God Bless John Lennon I think we need him today more than ever

Dec 8, 2004
Dave
Sparta, TN, USA
I was in 8th grade that year living in Cinnaminson, NJ and already a huge Beatle fan since I was a younger boy. I was just starting to hear "Starting Over" played a lot on the radio, and thought it was cool to hear a Beatle with a current hit! I went to bed that Monday night with my radio on as I always did and woke up Tuesday in disbelief! I stayed home from school that day and rolled tape on all of the stations that covered it. It was my way of mourning the loss of someone who believed in peace, and love if we wanted it. I still have all those tapes, and got the chance to put together a tribute on my radio show for the 20th anniv. using some of those. Listening took me back to being 14 and how I felt at that time. Thanks John, Paul, George, and Ringo!

Dec 8, 2004
Danny Schoen
Belleville, IL
John, what a wonderful, inspirational, loving, idealistic, and beautiful human being. Thanks so much for all you have given everyone, for all your love and all your beautiful thoughts and notions. Today is a day of rememberance, of your life and your wisdom. Shine your love light down on all us now, so that we may "All shine on" also. Thanks so much.

Dec 8, 2004
Mike
John, you are still missed greatly after 24 years. There will never be another like you.

Dec 8, 2004
Tim
Wayne, NJ
I cant believe its been twenty four years. John your music is timeless, and is just as popular now as it was then. My 3 year old son knows who you are and loves your songs. Thanks for the tunes, memories, and your mates Paul, George, and Ringo.

Dec 8, 2004
Ciara
Ireland
There is so much That I would say to you if i could, John. I love you and miss you every day. poem for John----------------- A caustic sence of deprivation, led us to your feet in throngs, In shades of yellow and white, We slept at the soles of your melodies. You faded away into the night, but your song remains still strong, and our mouthes are filled, with the cream of your genius, mr.moonlight, a star in the black sky, we remain grounded and you are flying high.

Dec 8, 2004
Adam Bernstein
Portland, OR, USA
Here we are marking 24 years without John. We carry on his fight for Peace and Love in a world of War and Hate. Our country had a chance to redeem itself with an ally of John Lennon, but still too much ignorance in the country. On the other hand 57.4 million voted for the man who protested the Vietnam War with John.

Dec 8, 2004
chris chambers
Philadelphia, PA
...i was raised in a world where john lennon was everywhere and although it hurts that he was never here for me in the flesh, it is overwhelming to me that i got to experience the all surrounding soul of a man that i call friend. i would not be the man i am today, if u weren't the man you were yesterday. thank you john. my friend.

Dec 8, 2004
Nutopia/Greg
Kent, Ohio, USA
I'm very happy that John and George are jamming in the eternal happiness of His Glory.

Dec 8, 2004
Music Nut
Iowa
Light a candle Light up your hearts He may think we're nuts for doing this But this is all for you (Lennon) While you're up there jamming With Jimi, Janis, George, Keith... The show is sold out up there As it is here on earth, Like it was, and will always be. We remember... ///0.0\ The man lives on ...

Dec 8, 2004
Jeremy
Chicago, IL
I was 10 when John Lennon was murdered. Exactly 10- today is my birthday. Not a great day in humanity's calender to have a birthday, but I like to think that I have a soul in the sky on my side because of it. I wasn't old enough to lay claim to being a Beatle's fan- or even a John Lennon fan- But I have become both, and not because of that day. I am an advocate for peace, an environmentalist, a somewhat trancendentalist, a lover of humananity, and a fan of John Lennon. Love to you all- Jeremy

Dec 8, 2004
Kenny
Burlington Twp.,New Jersey
I still vividly remember listening to 102.7 WNEW New York when Scott Muni first announced that John had been shot but there was no further details.I had that glimmer of hope "he'll pull through" and then came the horrifying news that he died.I was 16 and I remember just being up all night thinking "why why why?". It's hard to believe it was so long ago. Love you John.

Dec 8, 2004
Peter
UK
John's greatest gift was his ability to be himself, something we all strive to be. He allowed himself to express his deepest feelings in his words and music and interviews. He especially expressed our Oneness, the sense that until we work with the fact that we are all brothers and sisters of the world the problems that face this world will continue to elude us. Maybe now, 24 years on, 2 x 12 year cycles of time later, we are beginning to sense that it is "Justice for all" that needs to be held high in our affairs as a goal, with wonderful people like Bono and Geldof championing much of what John stood for. He blessed us with his music and his belief in humanity, and most of all his love. Thank you John!

Dec 8, 2004
Mendy
Tulsa, OK, USA
24 years! Over half of my life. How time does fly! I was 15 and stared at the television in disbelief when they made the announcement of John's death. I remember it and that feeling to this day. But, most of all, I remember you, John. Love you still, miss you always.

Dec 8, 2004
Katie
Chicago, IL, USA
Let us not forget his words in these times of change and disruption: If you want peace, you won't get it with violence....These left-wing people talk about giving the power to the people. That's nonsense - the people have the power. All we're trying to do is make people aware that they have the power themselves, and the violent way of revolution doesn't justify the ends. ...I was already cosmic.

Dec 8, 2004
Haigman
Iowa City USA
John and George are gone, Paul's playing the Super Bowl. The world's a mess, and we have only ourselves to blame. OOKAOOKAJOOB and may heaven help us all....

Dec 8, 2004
Peachyturtle
Maryland, USA
I'm afraid I'm not as eloquent as the previous posters. I just miss him, and think there will never be anyone like him.

Dec 8, 2004
Joe Dex
Chicago , Illinois
I will never forget the shock in the early evening dec 8th '80 when I learned John was murdered. Never in my wildest dreams did i think such tradgedy could occur. And I STILL remember the chill up my spine realizing the world has been robbed of one of it's greatest proponents for world peace... and that an era was over and a new one begun. There are many great musicians and writers in the world, yet The Beatles will live thru history in a context that is of major significance. And it all started with John...

Dec 8, 2004
Randy Blazak
Portland, Oregon
I'm listening to the version of "Watching The Wheels" on Acoustic right now remembering hearing that song 24 years ago today. It seemed like the saddest song on earth. I swore I would never laugh again. But how can a John Lennon fan not laugh? Everything I do now to stop this stupid war is inspired by John's use of humor to give power to the people. Remember John, work for peace. Be a working class hero. Don't wanna be a soldier for Halliburton. Stop Bush - Stop the war!

Dec 8, 2004
Constanze
Canada
Right now I am sitting at a school computer singing Nowhere man to myself. And in a few mins I will go outside, smoke a ciggie and listen for John in the wind that's been blowing strong all day. Love you John

Dec 8, 2004
Laura Harrison
Across The Universe and Beyond
It's time to start celebrating Johnny's life and all the positive things that he gave each of us. Forget the saddness of this day as he would want you to and take the things we learned from him and do something with them. If we want to remember Johnny on this day, let's do it in a way that's going to make him happy wherever he is! Much Love To You Johnny....

Dec 8, 2004
Cynthia*
Saint Louis USA
John, I sit in wonder and in awe of your phenomenal life and death. You are truely a saint and I look to you to guide me in my life wherever you are, as I know your music would have had I been alive when you were making it. What we all wouldn't give for you to release something new now! (If there is any way you can, please do!) We love you! I love you! ~Cynthia

Dec 8, 2004
Wayne L.
Indian Trail, NC USA
The late, great John Lennon will always be one of the greatest singers, songwriters & musicians of all time with few equals who left his mark on the history of rock & roll as a member of the Beatles & as a solo artist. I think it's a tragedy that some of my fellow Beatles fans have tried to turn John into a holier than thou angel after his death for over 20 years now instead of the rock & roll rebel that he was as well as a peace activist & house husband.

Dec 8, 2004
Francisco Vega
Mexico City, Mexico
John will live forever

Dec 8, 2004
Michael Espinosa
south lake tahoe, california
We love and miss you brother, shine on up there in Heaven and can't wait to hear you singing with the angels. You have inspired millions to never stop believing in peace and love and your message will continue to bring joy to the world. Michael

Dec 8, 2004
Elizabeth Larson
Wisconsin
Dear John, Here we are...24 years after your death...and your words and thoughts still play a part in the daily lives of people around the world. I have been influenced by you my entire life. I am a musician and try to get my political and non-political opinions across in my music to the people I play for as you did as well. People are moved by music, and your music moved me. Last night I sat with my best friend and he and I listened to Happy X-Mas. Unfortunately John, we're in the same situation now that we were when you wrote that. War. It doesn't solve anything and I'm sure you're shaking your head at all this war buisness from heaven. I wish you nothing but the best and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you did for this world. Peace to you.

Dec 8, 2004
Sabbrielle
Rochester, New York, USA
There is no way to know what John Lennon would think of the way his death is treated years afterward. He was not the perfect man so many people seem to think he was. He was extremely flawed and thus extremely human. His idealism lives through those who remember and still love him, but we should also try and remember his mistakes and negative traits. He was just a man. Incredible and genius, yes, but still merely mortal. That's why I love him, for everything he was and is. Long live peace, love, and music, but also--long live imperfection. May we never take anything for granted.

Dec 8, 2004
Stanze
San Diego, CA, USA
Cheers John! Stanze from http://www.fuckhappyendings.com

Dec 8, 2004
JCG
Bessemer City,North Carolina
Today is a day we all remember a true musician.and as we do,we must stop and think about George,Paul and Ringo as well.George carried around on his shoulders until his untimely death,the fact that he and john never got a chance to apologize for the things they had said about one another in newspapers and in other media.but.maybe atleast they both have found happiness in the after life,and maybe they finally had the chance to apologize to one another.John,George,WE MISS AND LOVE YOU BOTH,GOD Bless the both of you.and THANK YOU!

Dec 8, 2004
Lorenzo de la Garza
Mexico City, Mexico
We miss you Johnny!

Dec 8, 2004
Cecilia
Montevideo, Uruguay
John, what can i say? We love you, we miss you, we know you're everywhere. You're still with us. You are here. Peace and love to everyone! Ce.

Dec 8, 2004
peace
singapore
happy x'mas (war is not over yet...)

Dec 8, 2004
Cat
San Diego, CA, USA
We miss you John! More than ever, we still need to "Give Peace A Chance." I can't help but "Image" how your impact could have helped change the world had you not been taken away from us so early. Here's hoping that someday, your message of "Love and Peace" will become reality.

Dec 8, 2004
lenora
the north of england
I miss you John. here i am, living not far from where you grew up. Back in the 60s, living in the U.S., falling in love with your music, I never dreamed I would end up here. I continue to listen to your music...and i'm still a dreamer... love, peace, happiness... that's what matters most.

Dec 8, 2004
Jose Leon Bravo
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mx
Will there ever be someone talented and human enough out there to carry the Ball? To give us simple thoughts to inspire and make our day more pleasant, which would make us, look inside and make us, appreciate what we see and feel all around? John would be proud. Weve come a long way!!!!! We need someone to carry the ball!

Dec 8, 2004
Alejandro Gmez
Caracas-Venezuela
He was a real genius, a rocker, a fighter, a real man. Love is real. God bless John and George.

Dec 8, 2004
Glenn
Austin Texas U.S.A.
John Lennon. Rock and Roll.

Dec 8, 2004
Mary
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Hey John, we still miss you lots!!! Thanks for sharing your beautiful music with the world.

Dec 8, 2004
RON
ILLINOIS
John Lennon was shot & killed when I was 16 years old. His words, music, life, and death forever changed me 24 years ago,as they still do now...not a moment goes by that I don't miss him

Dec 8, 2004
David Stallard
England
Peace, love and harmony. Sir, you will be missed. I honour you, you are not alone john.

Dec 8, 2004
Joe J
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
John said we must do something. Apathy is not where it's at. "If all you do is write the word peace on a piece of paper and put it in the window..." I did, so should you.

Dec 8, 2004
Eduardo Snchez Villagrn
Mexico, City
Dear John Lennon: I wish you peace, love, anywhere you were. Well, you all shine on. Saludos a todo el mundo. Grettings for all the world from Mexico. Long life for Beatlemania.

Dec 8, 2004
Javier Mendoza
Monterrey, Mexico
I was 9 at the time... as i saw my parents cry for this loss i became aware that some one that great is not going to be with us anymore, since then i have to said thanks for what John Lennon and The Beatles represents in my life and in my family life... We all shine on!...

Dec 8, 2004
Andrea
London
Miss you...

Dec 8, 2004
Frances
Oh, my love! I treasure your music and life more than anyone can know. Your music has always been there for me -- in good times, bad times, and anytime. God bless you!!

Dec 8, 2004
Dawn
Richmond, VA
Today is not a day to mourn but a day to celebrate - the life of an incredible person who touched so many people's lives. He will live on through each one of us. Love one another, forgive each other, live each day to its fullest, and appreciate what you have! Thanks John!

Dec 8, 2004
Geoff Bartlett
St. John's, Newfoundland
I wasn't born yet when you left us but your music has had an amazing impact on my life John. You live on in our hearts and yours is a lasting legacy of beautiful music that touched more people than anyone could ever had imagined. You will be missed but your time on Earth will be celebrated for eternity. Thank You!

Dec 8, 2004
backbeat
I walked into my bedroom and heard the words coming from the tv, they sent waves through my body and made my head swim, disoriented, stunned, shocked. I sat there all night, transfixed, unbalanced, shaken. Thank god lennon was and is....

Dec 8, 2004
greg
still the tears fall, so long so long, still the music sounds, so long so long, still we hear the peace, so long so long, its out there somewhere, so long so long.

Dec 8, 2004
M. Izquierdo
Miami, Fl USA
We continue listening and singing his songs.John Lennon will be always among us!

Dec 8, 2004
Scott
Still listening, still remembering, still trying.

Dec 8, 2004
Long Tall Sally (Allison)
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Remember John Lennon (1940-1980). It saddens me that you are no longer with us, but your music and message lives on. I will always remember you.

Dec 8, 2004
Dug Crumley
Richmond, Virginia
Well the 24th anniversary of one of the bleakest moments in my lifetime is tomorrow, December 8th. I'm now 4 years older than my hero lived to be. When he was murdered when I was 20, my whole world turned upside down and the sky rained grief on me. I've never gotten over it. It is a scar that has affected me throughout the years. He was a musician, a poet, a writer, an artist, a father, yet most of all wanted the world to see him as a peacemaker. Take a few moments today and pray, chant, kneel, reflect upon, or whatever it is you do that the world will one day know the peace he envisioned in his far, far too short life. Give Peace A Chance. Imagine. Indeed.

Dec 8, 2004
kyle
John Lennon what can i say the greatest man to walk this planet his songs his image everything about him great on this day december 8th we should celebrate the music and wisdom john as given for all those years give peace a chance and may we all shine on god bless you john kyle

Dec 8, 2004
Ayoze Martin
Madrid, Spain, Europe
Solo puedo decir una cosa: Te quiero John, nunca te olvidare. All you need is love. Give peace a chance. I LOVE YOU JOHN

Dec 8, 2004
Conrad Klooster
Hoorn, the Netherlands
8 december 1980 Dakota building New York A shot The end of the living legend John Lennon. A lad from Liverpool who peacefull fought for Peace on earth. And I still get sad and shocked if i think about this stupid kill evey year on 8 december. ........................................ "A working class hero is something to be" - John lennon........

Dec 8, 2004
christina
Stockholm, Sweden
Love you John, you know that. I'll light a candle to give you strength and spread your words. Everything you did, said and sang affected us in a positive way. You should be proud over your 40 year long life. R.I.P

Dec 8, 2004
Aleck
Still the best ....

Dec 8, 2004
Darren, UK
A PRAYER FOR JOHN Dear God, In these times of trouble, as we remember our friend John, and contemplate the still-raw sense of loss we feel at his passing, please help us to follow his example of love, peace and empathy. Let us remember that although he is no longer here, we can still live on in his example as he lives on in our memories. Help us to fight the injustices of the world, stand in the way of harm to protect those weaker than ourselves, and to never judge, never hate, and never lose our faith in human nature. Say hi to John and George for me, and tell them thanks. Amen.

Dec 8, 2004
Helen Gojanovich
Perth Western Australia
John taught us that all we need is love and his music inspired hope. I was only 3 when he died but am still inspired by his message. One thing is for sure his music continues to inspire each new generation and make the world a better place.

Dec 8, 2004
Kyle
John was the one constant... In times of war... In times of conflict... His voice remained a constant reassurace of a better way

Dec 8, 2004
Dara
new jersey
You may be gone 24 years John, but we still love you and miss you!

Dec 8, 2004
Sync Master
Canada
This is a tough day for me i am a huge lennon fan.. but there is a major difference i was born in 87.. so i never grew up with him or anything like that yet still when i first started listening to his work and the Beatles as well it affected me tottaly.. I began to understand what it is all about.. Peace.. true Peace and love.. not just words thrown around but he meant it.. I just find it a shame that my generation doesnt have a voice like Lennon's.. I just wish someone would step up and "Imagine" again

Dec 8, 2004
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CHINA
John lennon in my life,λãڼɴ͸ʱ

Dec 8, 2004
Spiggy Topes
Liverpool UK
Never forgotten. May your spirit continue to infect and effect the hearts and minds of future generations eternally.

Dec 8, 2004
shen strawberry
Vienna
What can i say, that has not already been said? I love him, I miss him, although I have never met him. I am thankful that he is part of my life, for his songs and his message. I am sure he is in heaven :) Please lets keep his message alive! peace and love

Dec 8, 2004
Alan
quebec city
I am just back from New-York City. Where for the 10th time I walk past your building. Crossed over into strawberry fields across the street. Other fans were there embellishing with flowers the imagine memorial. 24 years and there is not one day I dont think of you. I just miss you so much. Listening to watching the wheels and feeling more sad today.

Dec 8, 2004
MARIO CLOUTIER
JOHN, ALWAYS IN OUR HEARTS,TAKE CARE OF US.

Dec 8, 2004
Darren Phillips
Birmingham - England
I only wish I could of met this fantastic British Ikon. I was only 11 when his life was taken away from us by that complete nutter.His music will go on forever. Love & Peace to us all. Keep the faith. Love Darren.

Dec 8, 2004
Hippie J
Clearwater, FL USA
We miss you John! Thanks for all you have done for the world! See you on the other side! ;)

Dec 8, 2004
Victoria
Argentina
We, as John's fans, have the duty to spread his word. Let's not let John be forgotten. He deserves to be in everyone's hearts. I love you, John! Vicky.....peace

Dec 8, 2004
oren hoff
ISRAEL
FOR ME LENNON WAS A CULTUR HERO GREAT MUSICIAN WONDERFULL PERSON TO LEARN FROM IM 44 YEARS OLD I GAVE MY 14 YEARS OLD GIRL THE NAME GAL IN HEBREW GL MEANS START OF THE NAME JOHN LENNON TOMMOROW ILL HAVE THE HONOUR TO PRESENT AT A LOCAL RADIO STATION A PROGRAM OF 3 HOURS TO REMEMBER THAT GREAT MAN WHO WAS TAKEN FROM US BY THAT LUNATIC NAME CHAPMAN TRY TO LOG INTOO 90FM.TAPUZ.CO.IL IF HOPFULLY THE WEBSITE WONT BE OUT OF ORDER MIDNIGHT DECEMBER 9 ISRAELI TIME GOD BLESS JOHNS SOUL I MISS HIM SO MUCH OREN HOFF ISRAEL

Dec 8, 2004
Matthew Morrow
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
I was 9yrs old when John Lennon was killed, even then I had been exposed to his work and can still remember a sense of great loss, almost like the passing of a family member. I still feel the same when I think back to 8th Dec 1980. God Bless You John.

Dec 8, 2004
Old Flat Top
Clearwater, Florida USA
I suppose a lot of people miss John, but for me the only way you could miss him is not to have understood a single thing he ever said...I only mean that in the best way possible. You're still a huge part of my life John and I love you for it.

Dec 8, 2004
Paul
IRELAND
GREETINGS, BLESSINGS & LOVE STILL MISS YOU GREATLY "WE ALL SHINE ON"

Dec 8, 2004
Staci La Mere
John, I still think of you and play your music everyday. It's harder today to hear "Imagine" cos it brings back so powerful bad memories. P.S. Say hi to Daddy for me.

Dec 8, 2004
lesley
ny,ny
love love love

Dec 8, 2004
Kah Chon
Singapore
Hey John was just singing to me, gifting me words of wisdom like, "Life is what happens to you while youre busy making other plans", listening to incredible tracks like Instant Karma, Mother, What You Got, Working Class Hero, and the evergreen Happy Xmas. John lives on. He is among us.

Dec 8, 2004
Bungalow Bill
"Half of what I say is meaningless". Let us all just keep a minute of silence and think about Him.

Dec 8, 2004
Ditto
Utopia
I have cut and pasted this messgae from this post, and I agree with the messenger -- What would John say if he were here today? In this time of WAR, hate, suspicions, religious superiority, greed, wealth, poverty, illness, strife, loss of freedoms, governments running amok, disrespect for each other, isolationists, hedonism, boarders being sealed? We know what hed say "Imagine there's no heaven, It's easy if you try, No hell below us, Above us only sky, Imagine all the people living for today. Imagine there's no countries, It isn't hard to do, Nothing to kill or die for, No religion too, Imagine all the people living life in peace. Imagine no possessions, I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger, A brotherhood of man, Imagine all the people sharing all the world. You may say Im a dreamer, but Im not the only one, I hope some day you'll join us, And the world will live as one...."

Dec 8, 2004
daniel
MALTA
John you will always be the greatest. Listening to 'Mind Games' and 'Love' move me so much. it's incredible. will always be devoted. peace...

Dec 8, 2004
DECLARATION OF NUTOPIA
NUTOPIA
We announce the birth of a conceptual country, NUTOPIA. Citizenship of the country can be obtained by declaration of your awareness of NUTOPIA. NUTOPIA has no land, no boundaries, no passports, only people. NUTOPIA has no laws other than cosmic. All people of NUTOPIA are ambassadors of the country. As two ambassadors of NUTOPIA, we ask for diplomatic immunity and recognition in the United Nations of our country and our people. YOKO ONO LENNON JOHN ONO LENNON Nutopian Embassy One White Street New York, New York 10012 April 1, 1973

Dec 8, 2004
jan
vlissingen, netherlands
Indeed, time flies, but the thoughts of John are with me every day and looking at the situation of the world today are more actual than ever; imagine.....

Dec 8, 2004
Nowhere Man
Utopia
What would John say if he were here today? In this time of WAR, hate, suspicions, religious superiority, greed, wealth, poverty, illness, strife, loss of freedoms, governments running amok, disrespect for each other, isolationists, hedonism, boarders being sealed? We know what hed say "Imagine there's no heaven, It's easy if you try, No hell below us, Above us only sky, Imagine all the people living for today. Imagine there's no countries, It isn't hard to do, Nothing to kill or die for, No religion too, Imagine all the people living life in peace. Imagine no possessions, I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger, A brotherhood of man, Imagine all the people sharing all the world. You may say Im a dreamer, but Im not the only one, I hope some day you'll join us, And the world will live as one...."

Dec 8, 2004
Ringi
Germany
24 Years..........time just flies. Sitting here and looking the DVD "Lennon Legend" the Song: "A working class Hero". Have some little tears in my eyes. John you were the greatest musican and Idol for me. Huge greetings Ringi

Dec 8, 2004
John Doe
Rest in Peace John, for your work and words are here and alive, waiting for someone with your courage, confidence, and charisma to "carry that weight."

Dec 8, 2004
Joolz
Bradford, West Yorkshire, UK
Morning Big Fella - 24 years eh? Time flies. Just sitting at my desk listening to "Some Time in New York City" and having a little bop. Here's to you John. I miss you. Joolz xxxx

Dec 8, 2004
john fahs
...hey, you were the greatest....thanks for everything....love always

Dec 8, 2004
And We Are
Planet Earth
You're missed down here quite a bit. Thankfully, your spirit, ideas, music, wisdom and message live on. awa

 

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