John Lennon of The Beatles’ official and verified Instagram account shared yet another golden-worth photo of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

The official Instagram page also posted the untold story of “I Want You.”

Here is the caption:

“The end of ‘I Want You (She’s So Heavy)’ – you’re not going to get heavier than that, really. We used the Moog synthesizer on it. @MoogSynthesizers can do all ranges of sound, so we did that on ‘The End’. If you’re a dog, you could hear a lot more – it’s like a robot!⠀

@GeorgeHarrison can work it a bit. I mean it’d take you all your life to learn all the variations on it, but George has got one and a few people in England have got them and they’re just experimenting with them. He used it on the Billy Preston LP and it also plays the solo in ‘Because’ and I think in ‘Maxwell’ it comes in, too. ⠀

It’s here and there on the album. You can make it play anything – any style or any freaky or just plain. It sounds like trumpets and things if you want it to. I think you can just can go off on its own. I mean, you could get it to play Hare Krishna on its own forever and see what happened to it! (laughs)⠀

– John Lennon interview with Tony McArthur, 1969⠀
#AbbeyRoad”

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I WANT YOU (SHE'S SO HEAVY)⠀ The end of 'I Want You (She's So Heavy)' – you're not going to get heavier than that, really. We used the Moog synthesizer on it. @MoogSynthesizers can do all ranges of sound, so we did that on 'The End'. If you're a dog, you could hear a lot more – it's like a robot!⠀ ⠀ @GeorgeHarrison can work it a bit. I mean it'd take you all your life to learn all the variations on it, but George has got one and a few people in England have got them and they're just experimenting with them. He used it on the Billy Preston LP and it also plays the solo in 'Because' and I think in 'Maxwell' it comes in, too. ⠀ ⠀ It's here and there on the album. You can make it play anything – any style or any freaky or just plain. It sounds like trumpets and things if you want it to. I think you can just can go off on its own. I mean, you could get it to play Hare Krishna on its own forever and see what happened to it! (laughs)⠀ ⠀ – John Lennon interview with Tony McArthur, 1969⠀ #AbbeyRoad

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