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Sandwiched between the proto-punk sounds of “Well Well Well” and the lyrical sledgehammer of “God,” the song functions as a respite from the album’s instrumental and lyrical intensity. Emotionally, though, “Look at Me” is just as strong as any track on the album. The earnest uncertainty and the exposed questions are buoyed along by Lennon’s fingerpicking styled guitar work. There’s a genuine innocence and a fragile honesty to the song that give it an evocative power. ” In the song simply titled “God,” Lennon describes God as a concept of the human imagination, and not a concept that would lead to inner peace or transcendence.
The “failure” may relate to the prolonged war in Southeast Asia or any number of other activities. Lyrically recalling a simple list, the song builds tension as Lennon’s voice rises and falls with each item on the list. The simplicity and repetition of the words could be taken as a panicky interior monologue, with the anxiety rising as the list is contemplated. Or, because the early lines refer to “Mama,” it is as if a child is pleading with its mother. The production thickens the sound of the song with some solid work from the band, including George Harrison, King Curtis, and Tom Evans and Joey Molland from Badfinger.
The album concludes with a brief but powerful song titled “My Mummy’s Dead” that couples nursery-rhyme simplicity with stark emotional depth. Lennon sings in a weary and quizzical manner about his mother’s death, and the sound fidelity matches that of some of his later posthumously released home demo cassettes. The effect is memorable and chilling. And such is how the album ends, capturing the essence of psychological pain and intimating at its persistence. Yoko Ono / Plastic Ono Band Most of Lennon’s fans at the time may have been glad that this compa nion album to John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band was not packaged with it as a double record set, but perhaps it should have been, since both are emotional soundscapes.
600 Essential Words for the TOEIC - 3rd Edition by Lin Lougheed Ed.D.