By the way, the Fab Four are back in the news because 50 years ago today, Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play, oops, no. 50 years ago today they appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. If I or any other members of my family watched, I wouldn't remember because I was just 4 years old at the time. May we hijack this thread to talk about the impact their appearance made on the US? Thanks.
Reporter: How did you find America?
John: Turned left at Greenland
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, A Hard Day's Night has been restored and will be re-released to theaters. Anyone planning to see it? I've only seen it on TV, so it would certainly be nice to see it the way it's supposed to be seen, on the big screen.
I kind of agree with ledboots and KLS52: In My Life. Not that it is my absolute favorite, but a friend of mine who worked at an elementary school died last year. She was a very strong environmentalist, and ran the recycling program at the school. The faculty put on a memorial service for Sherry, and one of her fellow teachers picked "In My Life" as her memorial song. Ever since that, I've been quite touched by the song.
Here's a YouTube that I think is more viewable than the one ledboots posted above.