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Julia visited Mendips on a regular basis, and when John was 11 years old he often visited her at 1 Blomfield Road, Liverpool, where she played him Elvis Presley records, taught him the banjo, and showed him how to play Ain't That a Shame by Fats Domino. She was the youngest and she had a husband who ran away to sea and the war was on and she couldn't cope with me, and I ended up living with her elder sister. After Parkes's family moved to Scotland, the three cousins often spent their school holidays together there.

Part of me would like to be accepted by all facets of society and not be this loudmouthed lunatic poet/musician. I was the one who all the other boys' parents—including Paul's father—would say, 'Keep away from him'... Five strong, intelligent, beautiful women, five sisters. Parkes recalled, "John, cousin Leila and I were very close.

Lennon was on tour when his first son, Julian, was born in April.

During their Royal Variety Show performance that was attended by the Queen Mother and other British royalty, Lennon poked fun at his audience: "For our next song, I'd like to ask for your help.

Lennon was born on 9 October 1940 at Liverpool Maternity Hospital, to Julia (née Stanley) (1914–1958) and Alfred Lennon (1912–1976).

By 2012, Lennon's solo album sales in the United States had exceeded 14 million units.

The parents instinctively recognised I was a troublemaker, meaning I did not conform and I would influence their children, which I did. Partly out of envy that I didn't have this so-called home ... From Edinburgh we would drive up to the family croft at Durness, which was from about the time John was nine years old until he was about 16." After passing his eleven-plus exam, he attended Quarry Bank High School in Liverpool from September 1952 to 1957, and was described by Harvey at the time as a "happy-go-lucky, good-humoured, easy going, lively lad". The instrument was an inexpensive Gallotone Champion acoustic for which she "lent" her son five pounds and ten shillings on the condition that the guitar be delivered to her own house and not Mimi's, knowing well that her sister was not supportive of her son's musical aspirations.

Mimi was sceptical of his claim that he would be famous one day, and she hoped that he would grow bored with music, often telling him, "The guitar's all very well, John, but you'll never make a living out of it".

Lennon disengaged himself from the music business in 1975 to raise his infant son Sean, but re-emerged with Ono in 1980 with the album Double Fantasy.

He was shot and killed in the archway of his Manhattan apartment building three weeks after the album was released.

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