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Title: Thirty-six hours rolling in pain, praying to someone, free me again
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Cover of John Lennon John Lennon, “Cold Turkey” Released in 1969, this single—the second non-Beatles song for John Lennon after "...
John Lennon
Cover of John Lennon
John Lennon, “Cold Turkey”
Released in 1969, this single—the second non-Beatles song for John Lennon after "Give Peace a Chance"—focused directly on his experience coming down off heroin (“Thirty-six hours rolling in pain, praying to someone, free me again”), which both he and wife Yoko Ono became addicted to the year before. Several of the songs off the Beatles’ White Album refer to his drug use—something Lennon blamed on the treatment that Ono received from his bandmates and other Beatles affiliates. “People like Peter Brown in our office, he comes down and shakes my hand and doesn’t even say hello to her,” Lennon said in 1971. “We took H because of what the Beatles and their pals were doing to us. They didn’t set down to do it, but things came out of that period and I don’t forget.” Crowd response to the song was muted at shows and it ended up tanking on the charts, peaking at number 30 in the US and number 14 in the UK.
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