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By Alice Vincent , Entertainment Writer. Yesterday, The Beatles' ode to lost love which has become the most covered song in the world, was recorded and mastered during this week 50 years ago. Arguably Paul McCartney's most recognisable creation, Yesterday also has one of the most fascinating backstories in contemporary musical history.
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A world without The Beatles would be a little less exciting, if not totally confusing, as the movie Yesterday shows. But how much do you know about this classic beyond the lyrics? Specifically, the past. The regretful tune continues with him longing to go back to what he believes was a better time, a time when he was better. It was just all there, a complete thing.
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Wife Helen and daughters Always loved and missed. Remembering a loving husband, Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather 35 years since you left us to be with the Lord We love you and miss you every day Always in our hearts Peggy and the entire
I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday and days before that too, I think of you in silence Average Rating. Click here to add your own comments. Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do.
What would I do if I were able to time travel? And what unforeseen consequences might occur by whatever I did? I was left with the unsettling thought that, as a Black woman, my name or the name of a loved one could be the next hashtag trending after an unfortunate encounter with a police officer, and my or their untimely death could be the impetus for nationwide protests. I further considered what I would do if I could go back in time and change the circumstances that caused their death. How much control do we really have over our own destiny?