"How Do You Sleep?" is a song by English rock musician John Lennon from his album Imagine. The song makes angry and scathing remarks aimed at his former Beatles bandmate and songwriting partner, Paul McCartney. Lennon wrote the song in response to what he perceived as personal slights by McCartney on. 9 Sep Eighth track off 'Imagine' (), John Lennon's second solo album after the Beatles broke up. A scathing result of the Lennon/McCartney feud, this song is one of the first diss tracks of pop music. (Lennon actually wrote it in repsonse to the Paul McCartney track 'Too Many People'.) From a Playboy. It's not about Paul, it's about me. I'm really attacking myself. But I regret the association, well, what's to regret? He lived through it. The only thing that matters is how he and I feel about these things and not what the writer or commentator thinks about it. Him and me are okay. John Lennon Imagine (film). Although Lennon later.
Lennon, still bleary-eyed from lack of sleep and scruffy from lack of shave, waited for the coffee to take hold of a system otherwise used to operating on sushi and sashimi -- "dead fish," as he calls them -- French cigarettes and Hershey bars with almonds. Within the first hour of the interview, Lennon put every one of my. By most accounts, McCartney contacted Lennon periodically, but was often rebuffed. The last time they saw each other was two years before Lennon's death when they shared dinner in New York. In a interview with The Times of London, McCartney said: "The answer to John was well - I was sleeping very well at the. Lyrics to "How Do You Sleep?" song by John Lennon: So sgt. pepper took you by surprise You better see right through that mother's eyes Those freaks was.
22 Oct Following the breakup of the Beatles in early , George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr did what anyone finally freed from an . 'How Do You Sleep?' John Lennon. From: 'Imagine' (). Most of the tracks on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Post-Breakup Fight Songs offer a. So Sgt. Pepper took you by surprise. You better see right through that mother's eyes. Those freaks was right when they said you was dead. The one mistake you made was in your head. Ah, how do you sleep. Ah, how do you sleep at night. You live with straights who tell you, you was king. Jump when your momma tell you.