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Greatest Beatles Song Of All Time: Tomorrow Never Knows

Tomorrow Never Knows

 The 1960’s was a decade full of life and renewal. One of the greatest musical acts to spearhead this decades was The Beatles. Considered by some to be one of the greatest bands to ever step into the world of Pop Music, this group definitely marked a change, not only in the culture, but also defined how popular music is marketed. The band’s height was witnessed in the recordings of Rubber Soul and Revolver, two flawless albums. Although many critics consider Sargeant Pepper to be the groups best work, one of the most innovative tracks in the Beatles’ monumental career was Tomorrow Never Knows. The track is probably the most psychedelic experience that a listener can gather from any Beatles’ song. The reader can find our more information by visiting the Wikipedia page entitled Tomorrow Never Knows. Below are the lyrics to this musical masterpiece:

“Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream,
It is not dying, it is not dying

Lay down all thought, surrender to the void,
Is it shining? Is it shining?

That you may see the meaning of within
It is being, it is being

Love is all and love is everyone
Is it knowing? Is it knowing?

That ignorance and hate may mourn the dead
It is believing, it is believing

But listen to the colour of your dreams
Is it not living, is it not living”

Or play the game “Existence” to the end
Of the beginning, of the beginning”

Tomorrow Never Knows

*article written by Warlock Asylum

 

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