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‘Borrowed Time’ was released as a single in the United Kingdom on 9 March 1984, with Yoko Ono’s song You Hands as its b-side. It peaked at number 32 in the charts.Who did Paul McCartney write here today about?
“I wrote ‘Here Today’ about John,” Paul McCartney told Paul du Noyer about this touchingly simple song from his 1982 album, Tug Of War.Where did the song Borrowed Time come from?
‘Borrowed Time’ was inspired by a couplet in Bob Marley’s 1973 song ‘Hallelujah Time’: “We got to keep on living/Living on borrowed time”. Lennon heard the song in Bermuda, and his recent experiences aboard the Megan Jaye, a 43-foot Hinckley centreboard sloop, inspired him to write his own.What is the meaning of Borrowed Time John Lennon?
Written by John Lennon in Bermuda in June 1980, ‘Borrowed Time’ was one of the singles taken from his posthumous collection Milk And Honey. ‘Borrowed Time’ was inspired by a couplet in Bob Marley’s 1973 song ‘Hallelujah Time’: “We got to keep on living/Living on borrowed time”.