`Half of what I say is meaningless- But I say it just to reach you, Julia.` Little do people know, John Lennon was actually writing this famous Beatles hit about a stray brown tabby that was found at a local, government owned, northern Virginia animal shelter.
`Her hair of floating sky is shimmering, glimmering- In the sun`Â
John really overdid himself with these lines. He''s clearly describing her coat. Yes, the rampant drug use might have contributed to a slight over exemplification, but let me tell you, this girl''s got hair thick enough to be on a Pantene Pro-V commercial.
And lastly, one cannot forget, `Julia, Julia, oceanchild, calls me- So I sing a song of love, Julia.` Wow, what a perfect use of metaphors! Replace, `ocean` with, `anything not water-related` and, `child` with, `medium-sized tabby` and this is obviously a song celebrating JuliaÂ
the cat. And seriously, what''s not to celebrate about her.