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the-science-side-of-tumbl-r said: I love your URL! :) I love "nowhere boy" cause in a lot of respects it's actually fairly historically accurate right down to Paul first seeing him perform at a quarrymen gig at some festival and George playing for John the first time on the upper part of a double decker. The only thing that confuses me is that his mom sings "Maggie may"for him, but that song wasn't written till at least during or after their trip to India, and it wasn't released until "let it be", their last studio album, right?

Then I was like:

I believe Maggie May was released in 1970 or 1971, but nonetheless, it’s still a great movie! And thanks for the compliment!(:

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The Beatles, backstage at Public Auditorium, Cleveland; captured by Curt Gunther (1964)
The Beatles live