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It was inspired by Fred's listening to The Beatles' hit, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds is a song everyone knows, no matter how old they are or where they're from.
A PLAQUE remembering the woman who inspired the Beatles' hit Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds is to be placed in Mathew Street.
Upcoming single Spider's Web is a curious political song, while a cover of The Beatles' Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds had the first three rows thinking it was 1967 again.
Penn's character is obsessed with every aspect of The Beatles - his apartment is full of John Lennon posters and his daughter is named Lucy after Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, covered in the film by The Black Crowes.
The Beatles' Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (supposed to be about LSD) for Tory Peter Lilley who is working on a drugs report.
Strawberry Fields, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Hey Jude, Help, I Wanna Hold Your Hand and Yesterday are just some of the songs lined up for Beatlemania's concert at the Benn Hall.
After hearing his son explain that the drawing depicts his friend Lucy in the sky with diamonds, John Lennon co-wrote the now classic song with fellow Beatle Paul McCartney.