The Beatles in Liverpool- In association with Merseyguide
 



Abbey Road (1969 US & UK)
This is one of the albums I would choose to listen to if I were dying. I don't mean to sound morbid, but I these are the kinds of songs I could take to my grave. This album contains the last line of the last song on the last Beatles album "and in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make". A simple sentence yet full of meaning. It is the last thing this brilliant band said to us. I take the thought with me and to me it says "lets all try to extend a little more love and a little less hate and we'll all be better off". I have been listening to the Beatles since I was 13 (I'm 35 now) and I NEVER get tired of them. They are truly timeless.

By Chandi J. Wyant - winestone@earthlink.net