Academic journal article Social Justice

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (1964)

Academic journal article Social Justice

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (1964)

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Took Tessa and her friend Valerie to see the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night in New York. When it was over, we all got up without a word and RAN out of the theatre and across Second Ave, Valerie in front and then me and then Tessa, running running up three blocks to the car which we jumped into and I started it in a sec and drove sixty miles an hour straight to the Doubleday store on 5th Avenue which is open until midnight, Yeah Yeah Yeah. And I parked it where it says NO PARKING NO STANDING NO LIVING NO NOTHING and we all raced into the store with Tessa leading this time and zoom up to the record counter where we collapsed with our tongues hanging out, WHERE ARE YOUR BEATLES RECORDS SIR? There it was, the movie sound track itself. What could you want in life now? And WRAP IT PLEASE while Tessa disappeared, then hollered out from behind some stack of books, MOMEE THEY HAVE THE BOOK TOO, while Valerie watched for cops getting the car, and we threw money at the man for the book of the movie and raced out the revolving door. …

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