Lucy will eternally accompanied by her art and music she likes, alone, in love with the wind and clouds, fascinated with violet overtones of the sky, accompanied by her unwavering madness and obsession with love and beauty absent therein.
Do you want to know a secret | The Beatles
“Do You Want to Know a Secret” was primarily written by John Lennon, but credited to McCartney–Lennon. The song was inspired by “I’m Wishing”, a tune from Walt Disney’s 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs which Lennon’s mother, Julia Lennon, would sing to him as a child. The first two lines of the song in Disney’s movie (“Want to know a secret? Promise not to tell?”) come right after the opening lyrics (“You’ll never know how much I really love you… You’ll never know how much I really care…”).
Got to get you into my life | The Beatles
In Barry Miles’ 1997 book Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now, McCartney disclosed that the song was about marijuana. “‘Got to Get You into My Life’ was one I wrote when I had first been introduced to pot… So it’s really a song about that, it’s not to a person.” Many lyrics from the song suggest this: “I took a ride, I didn’t know what I would find there / Another road where maybe I could see some other kind of mind there.”,‘“What can I do? What can I be? When I’m with you, I want to stay there. If I am true, I will never leave and if I do, I’ll know the way there.”