John Lennon's song "woman" - do you think it is Yoko Ono mentioned here?

May 12, 2007 5:39am CST
Yoko Ono entered John's life and then started the arising band's problem. Do you think Yoko Ono should really be blamed to the declining popularity during that time. Or because the band already hit their peak and the people did not like them anymore. Perhaps John did not see Yoko Ono as the problem in the group. Instead inspires him more to write more songs like "Woman". Does it?
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• Philippines
3 Sep 07
Yes. The song Woman was for Yoko Ono. The song was written after his affair with May Pang.
• United States
26 May 07
Yes, the song is. Also, Yoko is not the reason why the Beatles broke up. Perhaps she contributed to the breakup, but she is not the sole reason.
• New Zealand
23 May 07
Maybe she was maybe she wasnt from what I understand she opened John's eyes to different types of songs and music and life and he wanted the band to go in the same direction and that was the problem as for the song Woman it was written and sang for her we all believe this and it wont change as for her inspiring him to sing and write a song like this well it was about her but it wasnt the music she was into and their attempts at singing together were flops. But John knew songs from the heart make hits and this song in my opiniom came from the old John not the new one.
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• Canada
13 May 07
Of course this song was about her. It's clear in the words. He loved her very much, and she wasnt' the cause of the demise of the group. The media blamed her because they wanted to. The group was breaking up anyways.