Many Strawberry Fields Forever, otherwise all, of the previous solution to this concern could be taken into consideration WRONG if we would take into consideration what the song was all about according to its author, John Lennon.
Not that they were truly incorrect. I think that the definition you locate in an artwork, if we would think about a track a masterpiece, is yours as well as like an opinion, you are entitled to it.
I as soon as asked a painter for the significance of his paint and also he addressed, “Whatever suggesting you can find in it is its meaning.” I fit with that said answer for it gives me the flexibility to analyze.
Actually, Strawberry Fields Forever we can find meaning in the most trivial things and who can say we’re wrong about that?
Anyways, a lot of the previous answers had focused on childhood nostalgia and on describing the place itself, Salvation Army orphanage.
Strawberry Fields Forever When we first heard John’s ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ in the mid 80s – in Malaysia – it was a trip out song for us. Didn’t go deep into the significance of the song. John was our hero. ‘Strawberry Park’ was his song. Personal and private.
Strawberry Fields is a real place. After I stopped living at Penny Lane, I moved in with my auntie who lived in the suburbs in a nice semidetached place with a small garden and doctors and lawyers and that ilk living around … not the poor slummy kind of image that was projected in all the Beatles stories.
In the class system, it was about half a class higher than Paul, George and Ringo, who lived in government-subsidized housing. We owned our house and had a garden. Strawberry Fields Forever They didn’t have anything like that.
Near that home was Strawberry Fields, a house near a boys’ reformatory where I used to go to garden parties as a kid with my friends Nigel and Pete we would go there and hang out and sell lemonade bottles for a penny. We always had fun at Strawberry Fields. Strawberry Fields Forever So that’s where I got the name. But I used it as an image. Strawberry Fields forever.”.
Some of the lyrics reflect being misunderstood. Lennon added: “The second line goes, ‘No one I think is in my tree.’ Well, what I was trying to say in that line is, ‘Nobody seems to be as hip as me, therefore I must be crazy or a genius.'”.
This was the first pop song that faded to silence and then came back. Strawberry Fields Forever The fake ending drove DJs nuts.