John Lennon - The Ballad Of John and Yoko

About "The Ballad Of John and Yoko"

"The Ballad of John and Yoko" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a non-album single in May 1969. It was written by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership, and chronicles the events surrounding the wedding of Lennon and Yoko Ono. The song was the Beatles' 17th UK number-one single and their last for 54 years until "Now and Then" in 2023. In the United States, it was banned by some radio stations due to the lyrics' reference to Christ and crucifixion. The single peaked at number 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song has subsequently appeared on compilation albums such as Hey Jude, 1967–1970, Past Masters, and 1.



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Albums by John Lennon

Live Peace in Toronto 1969 (1969)
John Lennon\Plastic Ono Band (1970)
Imagine (1971)
Some Time in New York City (1972)
Mind Games (1973)
Walls and Bridges (1974)
Rock 'n' Roll (1975)
Shaved Fish (1975)
Double Fantasy (1980)
The John Lennon Collection (1982)
Milk and Honey (1984)
Live in New York City (1986)
Menlove Ave (1986)
Imagine: John Lennon (1988)
Lennon Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon (1998)
Acoustic (2004)
Gimme Some Truth. The Ultimate Mixes (2020)

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