Quote by John Lennon: “You may say Im a dreamer, but Im not the only...”
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No more than one firearm per household not per person. If a father and son want to hunt together, they have to share. If kindergarteners can do it in the classroom, you can do it in the field. No Automatic or assault weapons. No firearm can fire more than 6 rounds without being reloaded.
Hello dreamers of Penn State! It was originally released in and peaked at 3 on the Billboard Hot in the United States. It was named by Rolling Stone magazine as the third greatest song of all time. The song gathered fame again in after the murder of John Lennon. Like many others, Lennon thought the violence and loss of so many lives during the war was unnecessary. But instead of accepting the violence and war, John Lennon wanted to write a song about alternatives to conflict. Grapefruit, a book of instructional poems written by Yoko Ono, was given to John after the two met.
Source: "Imagine". Speaker: John Lennon. You may say I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you'll join us And the world will live as one. This line is from the song "Imagine" by John Lennon from the album Imagine In the United States during the Vietnam War era, men had beards, women wore short skirts, and people loved the Beatles. Um, wait… how is that any different than today?
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The speaker, John Lennon, conveys the ethos of a man whose views differ from that of the general public. He is considering the world if it were a more equal place, as he wishes it would be. His logical arguments are more so in the topics he chooses. He picks apart the most controversial topics in society and tries to get his audience to see or imagine what society would be like without these controversies. The rhetoric does not necessarily operate visually with this song, other than the whole thing is about imagining a more peaceful world, which technically would mean the audience would have to visualize each verse.