So... I did a little bit of writing - I imagined Yoko being asked by a reporter about her unmeasurable contribution to rock'n'roll.
I'm just joking & punning (making puns) - so, it is for fun and enjoyment. I hope you'll like it.
(I don't know in which board I could post this.)Are you Yoking?
/An non-exclusive inter view with Yoko Nono/
q: Let's start... There is a lot of talk about your contribution to John's writing.
Y: Well, well well... Oh well... I never took credit for it, but isn't it obvious? I wrote complete lyrics for Walrus, Come Together, and Paul's When I'm 46. Also, I've composed and put together Revolution
No. 1 & 9. Martha my Dear is actually a song about me - John wrote it as 'Yoko be Near' and gave it to Paul. Also, I made 'Mother Supperrior Happiness Is Expect Ever'body Got Something' To Hiding',
which was edited into two songs respectively. And just guess who came with the name 'Sgt. Pepper.' I did the vocals on 'Lucy in the Diamonds Sky' and I suggested to John the title for one of his best songs: Strawberrium Fielding Forgotten.
q: How did you and John actually meet?
Y: Well, I was, at first, a very good friend with his first wife. I met him, so Cynthia and me stopped being friends and John & Y got together.
q: How would you describe the song-sing-writing partnership - Lennon - Ono?
Y: I must say I was better vocal, and John was great storytellerwritter.
q: Your relationship with Paul... For instance, about him singing 'Get Back' as a message to you?
Y: Again, it's John's song which he gave to Paul - it's actually about our love & wedding.
q: What's your favourite track?
Y: Hmm... I'd go for Eleanor Rigbay. I like Ringo's drumming on that one.
q: Have you got least favourite?
Y: The Ballad of Paul & John were you have a story how they met and started the band. We all know that, you know: Standing in a stage in Hamburg, try to make a record
q: Which are to you the dearest pieces of music from John?
Y: I'm Lonely Sleeping and So I am Tired.
g: And Paul's?
Y: It's gotta be A Life in a Day.
Y: We all love the elessdee.
Y: Cry for a Shadow, from their 1957. debut. It's a very avantgardening piece of tune for that time.
q: Best album?
Y: Of course, The Double One!
q: You mean, The White?
Y: No, that was triple-double. I meant Rubbing Revolver.
q: The one you don't fancy so much?
Y: The 1970. album, Maggie Mae. They disagreed with their producer, Martin George - and called Ill Zpector who didn't do a good job. They wanted the classicall stuff, you know, harps, orchestra, swordmandella, but Zpector decided to keep it 'electric' - guitars, guitars and more guitars!
q: What's your dearest lyrics?
Y: I like: 'And in the end, the money you earn equals to the money you spend.
' Such a classic - and it sums up the capitalism.
q: What about some critics who say you don't have a good singing voice?
Y: Well, you heard me how I sing the duet 'Imagine' with John - at it made to number one! Plus, like some of them say Ringo is a bad bass player. He's not - he's a badass bass singer!
q: Let's talk a little about life after the Beatles. You issued an album called 'The Beding' together.
Y: Yes, with loud sounds of lovemaking. It's going to be remastered, remixed & reissued at Strawberry Roads Studios at Penny Lane with bonus tracks i 1124 page booklet in Yapanese.
q: Why did you and your husband decided to move to Hamburg in 1975.?
Y: We wanted to have some piece & quiet and I wanted to learn Hungarian language.
q: Why did you decide to divorce there?
Y: Oh, just for no reason whatsoever. We were again married in Portugal, near Spain after 18 months.
q: It is rumored there'll be a new John unknown songs released.
Y: Yes, true. The album will be called 'Household Husband'. I sing the lead on all the tracks.
q: How come you don't have a fan club?
Y: I guess it is because of the record executives, they always block my music. But, I'm planning to start my own fun clab.
q: You were also accused of Presley's suspicious death...?
Y: Yes, but Priscilla and Zpector did that - and I don't want to discuss it.
q: You're favored eat & drink?
Y: It's Coca-Cola with Pepsi and American Fries.
q: What 's your message to the world?
Y: Peace, love & masturbathing!