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“Photograph” – We Are All Ringo Now (CultureSonar)

“Photograph” can be read as a follow up to the sentiments of “The Long and Winding Road.”

“Every time I see your face / It reminds me of the places we used to go,” Starr begins, concluding the first verse with acceptance of a harsh reality: we can’t get back. There will never be a reunion at “the door” about which McCartney previously sang.

“But all I’ve got is a photograph,” repeats Starr throughout the song.

We are all Ringo now. Ram on …

By Katie Kapurch

Katie Kapurch writes about popular culture and literature. As a scholar of the Beatles and other major phenomena, she offers fresh insights when it comes to the topics of gender, sexuality, and race.

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