Prudence Farrow on The Beatles and the ’60s Spiritual Revolution

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When Prudence Farrow heard that John Lennon had written a song about her, she was deeply worried.

“The thing about John was that he really was a genius,” said Farrow in a phone interview from her home in Florida. “He was just so quick. He really saw people’s faults as well as the good things. So, if he thought he could, he would nail you—in a hilarious way. All I could think about was ‘I wish they had never done this song.’”

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The song—”Dear Prudence”ended up being the second track on the seminal Beatles double album, known as The White Album.

Dear Prudence, won’t you come out to play?

Dear Prudence, greet a brand new day 

The sun is up, the sky is blue. It’s beautiful and so are you

Dear Prudence, won’t you come out to play?

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Farrow felt tremendous relief when she…

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