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"Julia" is a song by The Beatles. It is the final song on side two (and disc one, in the CD era) of the band's 1968 album, The Beatles (The White Album). It was written by John Lennon, and features Lennon on vocals and acoustic guitar. It was written during the Beatles' 1968 visit to India, where they were studying under the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It was here Lennon learned the song's finger-picking guitar style (known as 'Travis-picking') from the… read more

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    So beautiful and poetic. I can never listen to this song without tearing up. Incredible. Timeless. <3
  • Avatar for KurtGillanPage
    Thank you, Mr. Lennon
  • Avatar for GhostHaunted
    When I cannot sing my heart I can only speak my mind, Julia.
  • Avatar for dewg0ng
    most amazing chords + sadness, pretty much the best lennon song ever imo
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    I love the acoustic stuff on the White Album, particulary this song. Such a lovely tune
  • Avatar for enxe3
    For some reason, this song reminds me of Hallelujah
  • Avatar for putzharold
    for juuuuuuuuuuulia
  • Avatar for putzharold
    so i sing a song of love
  • Avatar for moodymoondog
    I have always summed up this song in one word, haunting. Songs like his Julia is why I have always been a John Lennon more than a McCartney fan. But Paul has had his moments. I also really love George's music, I mean, All Things Must Pass is a master piece. I have a revised version where George with the help of his son Dhani recorded a different version of My Sweet Lord that changes the 3 notes that he was sued for. The owners of the rights to He's So Fine should have been ashamed of themselves, to me the songs are not alike. But, John DID warn George that the two were similar. That said, I will always agree with George when he said " They don't "own" those three notes".

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