Nobody Sees Me Like You Do

Album: Season Of Glass (1981)
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  • Yoko, throughout her career, has been judged as an evil person and not an artist. Yoko appreciated the fact that John recognized her artistry, and captured this feeling in this song. >>
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    Davis - Montreal, Canada

Comments: 3

  • Pedro from PortugalJohn loved her, the woman. Respect.
  • Julia from Richland, Wavery true,Sarah. but you have to remember that while Yoko is a very high-strung,emotional artist, John got more recessive during the later years of his life.and(no offense to Yoko)she controlled most of his life up until the end.
  • Sarah from Pittsburgh, Palisten, if john saw something in her, there must be something we don't. you can't criticize yoko without criticizing john, they were very similar people.
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