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Old Sep 07, 2010, 05:18 AM   #1
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Unhappy John Lennon 'still with me in spirit', says Yoko Ono

John Lennon 'still with me in spirit', says Yoko Ono

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...-Yoko-Ono.html

Yoko Ono has disclosed how she believes her former husband, John Lennon, is still "helping" her in her various endeavours, 30 years after his death.

Ono made her comments as she discussed the couple's relationship during a visit to his childhood home in Liverpool.

The Japanese artist, musician and peace campaigner said she still felt the spirit of Lennon, who would have turned 70 on October 9, beside her.

She said: ''He was a very sweet and gentle person at home, he would make an effort and he would say 'love is something you have to water every day'.

''I don't know how he knew this but I was lucky to have someone like that with me.

''I'm doing a lot of things now and I think 'well how am I doing it?' and I think that John's probably helping me.''

The former Beatle was shot dead outside his New York home in 1980, at the age of 40.

To mark his birthday Ono first visited Dovedale School in Liverpool, where she also opened a new Sure Start children's centre.

Lennon attended both infant and junior school there a fact marked by a handwritten entry detailing his name, address and date of birth in the school's ledger.

Ono, who was given a rapturous welcome by hundreds of Dovedale pupils, said she felt ''very emotional'' being at the school because she said her husband had talked about it many times as it was ''where he started.''

She also looked at some of the centre's facilities, including a sensory room and a walking piano which she donated to the school after seeing it in the film Big.

After her visit she took a trip to Mendips in Woolton, the semi-detached family home John shared with his aunt Mimi from 1945 to 1963.

She bought the house in 2003 and donated it to the National Trust so that it would be preserved in the same state as when Lennon lived there.

Describing her feelings visiting the house, Ono said: ''Each time I come here I go into John's bedroom and it really makes me choke up because to know he was actually dreaming in such a small space but dreaming of the whole world and what he was going to do I'm sure he knew on some subconscious level."

She said it did not feel like 30 years since her husband's death but instead ''feels like only yesterday he was here with me''.
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That is truly lovely. John and Yoko really were soulmates. They completed one another.
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Well that makes sense I've heard Paul say similar things about John still helping him and being there.
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