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    thegazman:

    This is fantastic and very moving. A young man looking back on his even younger self, a period apart of perhaps 10 years judging by George’s appearance. I love the look on his face and the beautiful memories flooding his mind. YouTube amazes me. How the heck do people find these obscure clips? So interesting. George is long gone now.

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    “All the world is birthday cake, so take a piece, but not too much.” - George Harrison 

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    George Harrison & Pattie Boyd's honeymoon, Barbados, 1966 

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    olapeira:

George Harrison at the Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1964.
(Scan from The Beatles on the road 1964-1966 by Harry Benson)

    olapeira:

    George Harrison at the Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1964.

    (Scan from The Beatles on the road 1964-1966 by Harry Benson)

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    thebeatlesordie:

    1943 - 

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    georgielovesjellybabies:

    Forever

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    25th February 1943 - 29th November 2001

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    georgielovesjellybabies:

<3

    georgielovesjellybabies:

    <3

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    Paul McCartney playing “Money (That’s What I Want)” & George Harrison playing “Twist & Shout”, Liverpool, 1963

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    georgeharrisons-pointynipples:

John and George put the finishing touches on the dramatic ending of “Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite.” 1967

    georgeharrisons-pointynipples:

    John and George put the finishing touches on the dramatic ending of “Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite.” 1967

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