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9 thoughts on “ I Know (I Know) - John Lennon - Mind Games (Cassette, Album)

  1. John Lennon received a lot of flak for the 3 studio albums he made between (Some Time in NYC, Mind Games, Walls and Bridges). Rolling Stone, the magazine who promoted the art of being cool by trashing everything they believed wasn't drug-influenced enough, heavily and viciously criticized this album in particular, because it was not "Sgt. Pepper's"/5().
  2. And I know and I'm guilty But I never could speak my mind I know what I was missing But now my eyes can see I put myself in your place As you did for me Today I love you more than yesterday Right now I love you more right now Now I know what's coming down I can feel where it's coming from And I know it's getting better all the time.
  3. General CommentIt's about mind games. If you think about it, every human interaction involves a certain level of head games. It's a sad fact that you can't even communicate with your own mother without some level of head games, 99% of the time. This is a sad fact that John Lennon is lamenting in this song, in a satirical way. Sad. And great.
  4. On the sleeve of Yoko’s album Fly, John had offered the thought, ‘Love is having to say you’re sorry every five minutes.’ It’s clear that the course of true love never did run smooth, not even for John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Mind Games was released in November of to a generally quiet response. John himself was at a loss, personally and professionally.
  5. Aug 10,  · Lennon wasn't very technically adroit and liked to record "hot off the press" so fiddling with open reels might not have been his thing in /80, but the Tascam four-track cassette recorder was available to buy from late I still have one, haven't used it since transferring some s stuff to digital in
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Mind Games on Discogs. Label: Apple Records - 3C • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • John Lennon - Mind Games (, Cassette) | Discogs4/5(1).
  7. John Lennon Anthology I Know (I Know) was a plaintive ballad in which John Lennon continued the self-exploration that had been a hallmark of his work since John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band in
  8. "I Know (I Know)" is a song written by John Lennon released on his album Mind Games. The song is included on the box set, John Lennon called the song, "just a piece of nothing," though some have read the song as a confession of troubles with .
  9. I know what's coming down And I know where it's coming from And I know and I'm sorry (yes I am) But I never could speak my mind. And I know just how you feel And I know now what I have done And I know and I'm guilty But I never could speak my mind.

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