I'm a big fan of Yoko, one of those weird people who really love her music, and who argues with people all the time, because people do write her off.
Someone like John would want to end the Beatle period and start the Yoko period. He wouldn't like either to interfere with the other.
I never really got on that well with Yoko anyway. Strangely enough, I only started to get to know her after John's death.
We live in a country where John Lennon takes eight bullets, Yoko Ono is walking right beside him and not one hits her. Explain that to me!
To keep the record straight, it wasn't always John and Yoko. We've all accused one another of various business things; we tend to be pretty paranoid by now, as you can imagine. There's a lot of money involved.
I grew up in Greenwich Village. Dad was friends with John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Yoko Ono never deserved any of the hate she got. Paul McCartney and John Lennon weren't getting along.
Most of the fans of John Lennon and maybe John and Yoko are younger than me.
When I speak out against the guns or against the big corporations, some of my friends say, 'Oh Yoko, be careful. These people have all the power.' But, you know, most people don't speak out because they are frightened.
I brought Yoko Ono to New York and gave her her first job there. I was editing a magazine called 'Film Culture.'
When I brought 'El Topo' to New York, no one understood the picture. But John Lennon understood. John and Yoko Ono, they presented 'El Topo' in the United States; they introduced it.
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