On 7/09/2019 2:57 AM, Norbert K wrote:the egg only got larger and larger, and more and more human; when she had come within a few yards of it, she saw that it had eyes and a nose and a mouth..."
I know of two theories. First, it's indisputable that some of Lennon's songs -- "I Am the Walrus" in particular -- were influenced by the writings of Lewis Carroll. In "Through the Looking Glass," Carroll introduces Humpty Dumpty as follows: "HOWEVER,
slipped an amyl nitrate capsule under his nose. He slid to the floor -- and the woman cracked an egg on his stomach. Burdon claims that a bit later, he was partying with Lennon, several blondes and a petite Asian girl. He told Lennon the story about theAnother theory is that "Egg-man" is a reference to Animals' vocalist Eric Burdon. Different versions of the story exist; but Burdon claims in his autobiography that, while he was cooking breakfast for himself in the nude, a Jamaican girlfriend
Vincent Price played Egg Head on Batman at the time.
I always thought it was because for a while he thought his significant other's first name was Yolko!!
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