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THE BEATLES One member of the Beatles were John Lennon John was born on October 9 1940 John was living in a poor household with his mother and father When he turned 4 Johns father moved away and he soon forgot about him Later his mother was having troubles in her life and couldnt have John around so he moved in with his Aunt Mimi and five other women realitives He was raised in a family of women and had a difficult life John was raised in Penny Lane with his mother and father which takes John to his song Penny Lane which describes his life in the town and how it was John moved with Mimi to Wolton England There he met Paul George and Ringo Those three lived in council homes and John was a little higher class Ringo was a city kid compared to the others John considered himself a fruit to other kids He was a kid who always dreamed about flying He would dream he would fly around in the sky through clouds and over mountains This could have been one reason why he made such psychedelic songs that would make you feel light-headed and flying or open-minded John was a kid who loved to stay at home and write poetry and write music He was known as the lead kid He would go with his friends and steal apples ride on the bumpers on big tram cars and get in all sorts of trouble but never got caught Later he turned into stealing candy and then went into selling cigarettes on the streets When John turned fifteen he created a band with quite a few people called the Quarry Men They played in streets and bars for free and didnt care about the money Later that name was to change to the Beatles Another member was Paul McCartney who was born in Walton on June 18 1942
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