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Today in
Beatles History

1966 - The Beatles layed down tracks for Paul McCartney's song "Eleanor Rigby."

1970 - The "New York Times" reported that Christian groups had adopted the Beatle's "Yellow Submarine" as a religious symbol.

1976 - George Harrison joined Monty Python onstage to sing "The Lumberjack Song."

2004 - The remastered version of the soundtrack to "Porky's Revenge" was released. The album contained George Harrison's "I Don't Want To Do It."

Beatles Quote

"We all have Hitler in us, but we also have love and peace. So why not give peace a chance for once?"
- John Lennon

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