Imagine All The Money



It isn’t hard to see.

Trademark lawyer Brian Conroy writes:

Yesterday a trademark application was filed for EU wide protection for “John Lennon”. I immediately thought ‘unless whoever has applied for that is actually called John Lennon, I don’t fancy their chances of getting the trademarks across the line’,

Particularly because Yoko Ono was previously involved (to some extent anyway) in a trademark spat with a US Singer called Lennon Murphy – You can read more about that HERE… But happily it turns out  the application was made by Yoko…

John Lennon Trademarks – Yoko Ono Applies for John Lennon TMs (Brian Conroy)

14 thoughts on “Imagine All The Money

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Listening to it now Bertie…
        dum-dum-di-dum…it has a good beat…I like it…

        Oh NO…here comes Yoko,,,Let me out of here….
        I mean…please…read those lyrics…FFS…

        I understand why they call it ‘Yoko Ono – Walking On Thin Ice (best version).

        It’s someone else’s version, not Yoko’s.

      2. Neilo

        Yoko Ono – the most famous Japanese person on earth (hat tip Adam Carolla). Good call on WOTI, Bertie: that’s a solid piece of work

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          Miyamoto San might dispute that assertion of him being the second-most famous Japanese person on Earth, but his humbleness and graciousness would prevent him from vocalising it.

          Bertie: that’s a solid piece of 1hit, X 5

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    That worked out well, didn’t it sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq?
    You got to call them all :******* ********; without actually saying it.
    -Well done, you lucky *******.

  2. Truth in the News

    Lennon is dead and his songs are copyrighted, how can Yoko be given a Trade
    Mark for a dead person, indeed how many other John Lennons are out there….

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I have a soft spot for John Lennon.
      Around the time of his assassination I worked in a record shop. (Ask your parents.)

      I heard this song on a Greatest Hits thing that was released in time for the Christmas market.
      I loved it, for it’s simplicity, honesty and the increasing anger towards the end.
      -It opened my eyes to music beyond Poppy stuff and Fantasy-based nonsense. (Ask your parents.)

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