john ono winston lennon


Happy 74th Birthday, John Winston Ono Lennon. 

↳ Born October 9, 1940. Today is a special day for all those who love and appreciate the man that was John Lennon. Personally, it is a very emotional yet joyful day for me. The fact that he isn’t here to celebrate his 74th birthday will forever break my heart but it isn’t a day to mourn him, it is a day to celebrate him. John made many mistakes but making mistakes doesn’t make someone a bad person, I like to focus on the good side of John. He was a beautiful human being. John brought joy and life to so many peoples lives, and he is STILL doing it today. He has saved lives with his music and his words, he has put smiles on peoples faces for over 50 years now. He has definitely made my life a better one. So, thank you Johnny. I will always love you and I will always have your back, you were and are a beautiful soul and that’s a fact. Happy Birthday, love. I miss you, always and forever. xxx Desi.


These musicians have all struggled with depression and/or mental disorders. But, as you can see, they are all smiling. They tried/are trying to get everything they can out of life. I want you to do that too.

((Jon Bon Jovi - Bon Jovi, James Alan Hetfield - Metallica, R.I.P. John Winston Ono Lennon - The Beatles, Jonathan Howsmon Davis - Korn, William Patrick ‘‘Billy’’ Corgan - The Smashing Pumpkins, R.I.P. Kurt Donald Cobain - Nirvana, R.I.P. James Owen ‘‘Jimmy’’ Sullivan / The Reverend Bartholomew Plague - Avenged Sevenfold, Peter Lewis Kingston ‘‘Pete’’ Wentz III - Fall Out Boy, Gerard Arthur Way - Gerard Way, and Corey Todd Taylor - Stone Sour and Slipknot.

Reblog this for all the people who are struggling too.

‘‘You matter, you’re needed, and you rock.’’

so not to gush or whatever but i love john winston ono lennon so much y’all like he was such a good man and he deserved so much and his heart was always in the right place like honestly? 10/10 what a man


James Douglas Morrison would have been 73 today and 36 years ago today John Winston Ono Lennon was shot dead. Rest in peace you both, geniuses.

“People fear death even more than pain. It’s strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over. Yeah, I guess it is a friend.” – Jim Morrison

“I’m not afraid of death, because I don’t believe in it. It’s just getting out of one car, and into another.” – John Lennon  

Ok, John Winston Ono Lennon, we need to make one thing clear

You know, there is a song you made once, and it’s called “It’s only love”. And it goes all wrong!!

That is the real version, the good one:

It’s only Paul and that is all

Why should I feel the way I do ?

It’s only Paul, and that is all

But it’s so hard loving you

Yes it’s so hard

Loving you!


There’s no need to thank me, John. I just fixed the part where you made a mistake. You are welcome.

A Day In The Life - 22nd April 1969: John Lennon changes his middle name to Ono.

John Lennon formally changes his middle name by deed poll from Winston to Ono, during a brief ceremony held on the roof of the Apple building at 3 Savile Row, London.

The ceremony is carried out before Bueno de Mesquita, Commissioner of Oaths. Lennon had never liked his middle name, which had been given to him during a bout of wartime patriotism.

“Yoko changed her name for me. I’ve changed mine for her. One for both, both for each other. She has a ring. I have a ring. It gives us nine ‘O’s between us, which is good luck. Ten would not be good luck.” - John Lennon

Technically, Lennon is unable to lose the Winston from his name, as UK law dictates that a person is unable to fully revoke a name given at birth. As a result, his official name becomes John Winston Ono Lennon, with the ten 'O’s he wished to avoid.

Afterwards Lennon and Ono go to EMI Studios at Abbey Road where they record the track John And Yoko which becomes side two of their Wedding Album.

Rest In Peace John Winston Ono Lennon - (9th October 1940- 8th December 1980.) 

I’m going to write about how l feel. But I don’t like how I feel today. I’m sad, I’m angry, and somehow, I feel empty. I wonder, how can I feel this way about a man who has been dead for 35 years? How can I care so much for a man who was murdered 20 years before I was born? What’s incredible about John is that he’s one of those people who have had a massive impact on the world. He didn’t win wars, or rule countries, or invent anything. He wrote songs. But when he did it, it came from the heart and John gave a part of himself to us. We accepted him, although he never accepted himself. And on the 8th of December 1980,someone tried to snatch it. ‘The Devil’s best friend’ as George called him. He wasn’t taken completely though. He’s still with us. And I’ll do my best to make sure he is. Everyday, blogging about him, and talking about him, and thinking about him keep him alive. And I sincerely hope it stays that way because his message is just as relevant today as it was when he was alive.