On August 28th, 1968, The Beatles began recording “Dear Prudence”, the second track from The Beatles (The White Album). The song’s subject is Prudence Farrow, Mia Farrow’s sister, who accompanied The Beatles on their meditation retreat to India. Prudence had become so immersed in her mediation that she refused to leave her cottage. Lennon wrote the song as a plea for her to “come out and play”. CLICK HERE to read more about the song on www.beatlesbible.com.
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