John Lennon Outline

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Outline - John Lennon
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I. Introduction
A. “Imagine all people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, But I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one.” These are a few word spoken by a post-beatle, John Lennon.
B. I'm going to inform you about the life of John Lennon, from how he lived & grew up, to how he died.
C. I'm going to tell you about his life growing up, his beatles career, and then his independent career & death.
D. Everyone can relate to music, its around us all of the time, it changes the way we interpret society and the even the way we act. You never know when a friend or family member will bring up a conversation about music or musicians, after listening to my speech you will be able to inform others about the life & death of John Lennon a past musician.
II. Body
A. John Winston Lennon, the son of Fred and Julia Lennon was raised by his aunt Mary “MiMi” Smith after his parents split when he was only a toddler. His Aunt MiMi was a great disciplinary, but that didn’t keep John out of Mischief.
-Source- The Beatles – By Hunter Davis
B. By the mid 60's the Beatles were the worlds biggest band. John Lennons Songwriting Skills were Developing at a breathtaking pace.
-Source- http://www.john-lennon.com/thelifeofjohnlennon.htm
C. In September 1969, Lennon told the band that he was leaving. John Lennon was shot on Dec. 8th 1980 outside of his home.
-Source- Database
III. Conclusion
A. Recap
B. Concluding

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