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  1. “Tomorrow Never Knows” is a song written primarily by John Lennon, although credited as a Lennon and McCartney’s collaborative effort. It was released as the final track on The Beatles
  2. The title of this song came from Ringo Starr's phrase "Tomorrow never knows" that he said in a television interview in He told then a story about a curios moment at British Embassy in Washington, DC, when one of the guests had cut off a portion of his hair.
  3. Lyrics to 'Tomorrow Never Knows' by The Beatles. Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream It is not dying It is not dying Lay down all thoughts, surrender to the void.
  4. The final track on Revolver, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’, was definitely John’s. Round about this time people were starting to experiment with drugs, including LSD. John had got hold of Timothy Leary’s adaptation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, which is a pretty interesting book.
  5. "Tomorrow Never Knows" is far cry from singing about wanting to Hold Your Hand or "yeah, yeah, yeah". This is a song with a swirling hodge podge of guitar riffs and sound effects with a heavy drum beat driving it. Certainly different from anything the Fab Fours fans had ever encountered/5(13).
  6. Tomorrow Never Knows is a podcast by historians Charlotte Lydia Riley and Emma Lundin in which we share our thoughts based on what we know, what we've .
  7. Oct 31,  · Title: Tomorrow Never Knows Artist: The Beatles Album: Revolver () & Anthology 2 () C Turn off your mind relax and float downstream It is not dying It is not dying Lay down all thoug/5(12).
  8. Like " A Hard Day's Night," the title came from an expression Ringo Starr used. The proper idiom is "tomorrow never comes," meaning that when tomorrow arrived, it would become today. Ringo's variation of the phrase took the edge off the heavy philosophical lyrics.

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