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JOHN LENNON'S GUITAR (John Lees) Barclay James Harvest Back in the autumn of Seventy On the night shift at Abbey Road Four young men were recording a song named 'Galadriel' For an album they'd call "once again" The producer was Norman Smith Who'd engineered with the Beatles and John Whose guitar was to be instrumental that day When I came to play I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar Back in the autumn of Seventy As I played on my borrowed guitar How could I know the Beatles would split the next day My heroes break up and go their own way Now autumns they come and they go But my friends and my memories remain And my heroes, well some of them fell from the stage But their light still remains I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember the day I remember the day I remember the day I remember the day The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember the day, as if it was yesterday And I know that the memories will never fade I remember the day, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar

    


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