John Lennon was an English singer and songwriter who became famous as a co-founder of the Beatles.

 

Here are some interesting facts about him.:


John Lennon’s aunt and parental guardian, Mimi Smith, told him as a teenager, “The guitar is all very well, John, but you’ll never make a living at it.”

 

When he was about to turn 21, Lennon had serious doubts about ever making a career as a musician because he felt too old to become famous.

 

Lennon’s hero was Sioux Chief Sitting Bull. That’s why when he played cowboys and Indians when he was little, he always chose to be an indian.

 

Paul McCartney taught Lennon how to play chords on six-string guitar. This because when John Lennon started playing guitar, he tuned it like a four-string banjo.


As a boy, Lennon preferred to receive pencils, paint boxes, and paper instead of toys.

 

While living in America, the FBI, under J. Edgar Hoover, studied all of Lennon’s lyrics and analyzed every one of his television appearances to find a legal reason to deport him.

 

When he was a boy, Lennon was too embarrassed to wear his glasses, so he walked around half blind. But when he saw Buddy Holly, he wanted to wear a pair of black horn-rimmed glasses.

 

Lennon survived a storm on his yacht in the Bermuda Triangle. The storm has 65 mph winds and twenty-foot-high waves.

 


Take a look at his life: 

 

    Source: Flavor Wire

 

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