John Lennon official and verified Instagram account shared the iconic Abbey Road photo and also post a great story of that interesting photo.

They also wrote the iconic lyrics of Polythene Pam.

Here is the caption of the post:

“Well you should see Polythene Pam⠀
She’s so good looking but she looks like a man⠀
Well, you should see her in drag dressed in her polythene bag⠀
Yes, you should see Polythene Pam⠀
Yeah, yeah, yeah⠀
Get a dose of her in jackboots and kilt⠀
She’s killer-diller when she’s dressed to the hilt⠀
She’s the kind of a girl that makes the News of the World⠀
Yes you could say she was attractively built⠀
Yeah, yeah, yeah⠀

“That was me, remembering a little event with a woman in Jersey – an island off the French coast that’s English – and a man called Royston Ellis who was England’s answer to Allen Ginsberg, who gave us our first exposure. He was a beatnik that looked like a beatnik, came to Liverpool before we were famous and he had a poem called “Easy, easy, breaking and easy” and he was doing it for the Ginsberg – Beatnik – Carrack trip in England and he was the only one they had. He also wrote for the New Musical Express. He gave us our first national exposure – he came to Liverpool to get a Jazz group – in those days it was jazz and poetry – and he came and there weren’t any jazz groups, there was only the Beatles – so that’s the first rock and roll in poetry. He read poetry and we played blues and he mentioned this in the paper. ⠀

Years later he had a job in Jersey TV. I met him when we were big and on tour and he took me back to his apartment and I had a girl and he had one that he’d said “Do you want to meet her?” Polythene Pam – she dresses up in polythene which she did – in polythene bags – and she didn’t wear jack boots and kilt – I just sort of elaborated. It was kind of, you know, perverted sex in a polythene bag.”⠀

#AbbeyRoad”

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POLYTHENE PAM⠀ Well you should see Polythene Pam⠀ She's so good looking but she looks like a man⠀ Well, you should see her in drag dressed in her polythene bag⠀ Yes, you should see Polythene Pam⠀ Yeah, yeah, yeah⠀ Get a dose of her in jackboots and kilt⠀ She's killer-diller when she's dressed to the hilt⠀ She's the kind of a girl that makes the News of the World⠀ Yes you could say she was attractively built⠀ Yeah, yeah, yeah⠀ ⠀ "That was me, remembering a little event with a woman in Jersey – an island off the French coast that's English – and a man called Royston Ellis who was England's answer to Allen Ginsberg, who gave us our first exposure. He was a beatnik that looked like a beatnik, came to Liverpool before we were famous and he had a poem called "Easy, easy, breaking and easy" and he was doing it for the Ginsberg – Beatnik – Carrack trip in England and he was the only one they had. He also wrote for the New Musical Express. He gave us our first national exposure – he came to Liverpool to get a Jazz group – in those days it was jazz and poetry – and he came and there weren't any jazz groups, there was only the Beatles – so that's the first rock and roll in poetry. He read poetry and we played blues and he mentioned this in the paper. ⠀ ⠀ Years later he had a job in Jersey TV. I met him when we were big and on tour and he took me back to his apartment and I had a girl and he had one that he'd said "Do you want to meet her?" Polythene Pam – she dresses up in polythene which she did – in polythene bags – and she didn't wear jack boots and kilt – I just sort of elaborated. It was kind of, you know, perverted sex in a polythene bag."⠀ ⠀ #AbbeyRoad

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You can watch the remastered version of Polythene Pam below.