#1
...would have been 64 today (February 25).
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I could make so many cheezy song lyrics references about weeping guitars, turning 64 and such, but I won't. RIP George.


On the other hand, I will.

Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm 64?

RIP and Happy Birthday Mr. Harrison
You were a great musician and man.
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#6
Hmm, 64. He should still be here too. He did more for music with the beatles than anyone else.
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#7
I think that he was the most underrated beatle and also the best at his instrument deffinetly my favorite one RIP and happy birthday man.
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I think that he was the most underrated beatle and also the best at his instrument deffinetly my favorite one RIP and happy birthday man.




He was caste beneath the shadows of Paul and John. Imagine where they could have gone if George was given more say, and even without that they got ****ing far.
#10
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I love George. By far my favorite Beatle, and a great person.

R.I.P./Happy Would Be Birthday


He's second in my books. John comes first. Then him, then Ringo, then Paul.
Those rankings are of course not not musically because Ringo for sure would be last :P.
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