The Beatles legend John Lennon’s official Instagram account shared yet another golden worth photo of John Lennon, walking on the streets in New York.

Here is what they wrote about that 39-years-old photo:

“NEW YORK, 1980
John Lennon on the street in New York, September 1980

Here is the photo:

Last week, the same page shared yet another golden worth ABECEDARIUM letter of John.

Here is John’s letter:

“ABECEDARIUM, 1969

A is for Parrot which we can plainly see
B is for glasses which we can plainly see
C is for plastic which we can plainly see
D is for Doris
E is for binoculars I’ll get in five
F is for Ethel who lives next door
G is for orange which we love to eat when we can get them because they come from abroad
H is for England and (Heather)
I is for monkey we see in the tree
J is for parrot which we can plainly see
K is for shoetop we wear to the ball
L is for Land because brown
M is for Venezuela where the oranges come from
N is for Brazil near Venezuela (very near)
O is for football which we kick about a bit
T is for Tommy who won the war
Q is a garden which we can plainly see
R is for intestines which hurt when we dance
S is for pancake or whole-wheat bread
U is for Ethel who lives on the hill
P is Arab and her sister will
V is for me
W is for lighter which never lights
X is easter—have one yourself
Y is a crooked letter and you can’t straighten it
Z is for Apple which we can plainly see.”

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