||[Oct. 19th, 2005|01:00 pm]
After John Lennon was asassinated in late 1980, letters of sympathy poured in to his widow from all over the world. Unable to cope with the stacks of mail which inundated her, Yoko Ono wrote a full page letter of thanks and placed it in newspapers all over the world. The cost of the ad was $200,000.00 making it the most expensive thank you note in history.
Thank you so much for your outpourings of love now that John has finally kicked the bucket and left me all of his money and they royalties to his songs. I plan on using these wonderful words to give you a tear filled $200,000 alibi, then poke fun at the remaining Beetles by waving the songs that they haven't released in front of their faces like a carrot. I shall start a singing career that will make all of you want to stick hot skewers in your ears, and then as an ultimate insult, I will sell my wonderful late husband's music to Michael Jackson while giving you all the finger.
As an apology, I shall let my angel of a son Julian sing only one album, at which point he shall fade into obscurity, only leaving the warbling cries of yours truly, which will make you wonder if someone is either getting it on with a cat who has its tail stuck in a vice, or some bird is dying of a rotting disease.
Yoko Ono (which is Japanese for Cold, frigid bitch)"
Now let's not hold back. Let your true feelings show. teehehe. ;)
Now you're jus' being ignorant. It's Beatles, not Beetles.
Thanks for sending me the song rights. And the delivery boy.
;) The boy was the BEST part!