I tell you, Larry… there is no other band, there will never be any band like them, ever, for eternity. They are… the best… I say to you, Larry, here in 1965, that the children of 2000 will be listening to the Beatles. And I sincerely mean that.

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These pictures looked like they belonged together for some reason

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I still die laughing everytime I see this scene 

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August 25, 1967

The Beatles on a train with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on their way to Bangor, Wales.

It was on this visit, a few days later, that the Beatles would be told that their manager, Brian Epstein, had passed away due to a supposed drug overdose of sleeping pills.

This was also the train ride in which Cynthia Lennon (John’s wife at the time) was left behind on the platform stopped by two policemen. Cynthia later stated in her book ‘John’ that she was “crying because the incident seemed symbolic of what was happening to my marriage. John was on the train, speeding into the future, and I was left behind.”

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This is officially my favourite gif set ever

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