John Lennon in UK in 1971 & NYC in 1972 with his most inquisitive wandering fan

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John does not seem to recognize him. It looks like Yoko does, but she says nothing. Who is this guy??

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kit pandikit : John Lennon cracks me up. “I had a great shit today and this is what i thought this morning” lol

househansa : 0:50 - No Paul wrote that one. Here's his address. Go and stalk him.

David Pigbody : Is that Kurt Cobain? Lol

John T : Must have been a surreal experience to meet and then have a meal with John Lennon.

Jesus Pobre : Typical Scouser...offering the man food. Down to earth. We were all robbed.✌

Tamera Siracuse : John was good with lost souls. It's just such a shame it was a lost soul who murdered him. So sad.

Wayne Cook : John so humbly spends time with this guy to help him get past the obvious confusion he had from taking the lyrics too serious.

seyerb : Kurt Cobain asking John how to grunge...I think he traveled in time, lol.

Jorge Johnson : “Don’t ever meet your heroes.” In fact, don’t have heroes. Be your own hero.

David Ganning : We need John Lennon today

delinthefelon : *You Hungry?*

Stephen Kennedy : All that time wasted when Yoko could be singing

dguyiop8 : I love the look of disappointment when the guy comes thinking he will get this amazing food snd then he's dunking a piece of toast into a cup of soup. He's thinking I could have had this at the shelter.

mark little : People say john was over trusting of this obsessed fan but remember these were the times when nobody locked their doors . in a time it was ok to go next door for some sugar while the neighbors were out. People trusted each other and looked out for one another. My mum only started locking the door in the 80's. Remembering that back in the old day's people didn't have much anyway not like the possession crazy people of today. People were just better back then. How quickly things changed .

Marty Moose : amazing man. nothing more to say

Margaret Bergman : He said something profound " if you're tripping out, everything fits" But I think John was great to take time

DonVal86 : I don't think it's the same guy.

Matthew Hamersly : "Pardon me Mr. Lennon, but do you have any Grey Poupon?"

Bri G : John’s empathy is something the world needs today...

Hugh Jones : "What about the bit that goes "You can radiate everything you are?"..." Ah maaaaan, that poor guy. John was just throwing words together for fun in that song. "You can syndicate any boat you row, YEAH!!!! you can syndicate any boat you row, I TOLD YA SO!!!". It doesn't mean anything. It's brilliant but it means absolutely nothing. It's just fun. It's not like... the key to the universe or instructions on how to live your life. This poor guy is convinced that life is a quest to find transcendent and utterly profound meaning and that John had all the answers and was revealing them in these songs. And poor old John has to explain all this to this poor confused young man. It's like the wizard of Oz "I'm just a guy, I'm not like... Jesus or something".

Master Idiot : I don't think it's the same guy, maybe I'm wrong.

househansa : Would have been nice if Chapman handled it this way...

John Lennon : John Lennon e Kurt Cobain

Just saying : John Lennon seems like a down to earth nice guy, not full of himself

English Man : 2:08 A lucky guy had a coffee with John Lennon. A remnant of the hippie era.

O Hann : Guy looks like he was running around the gardens tripping all night, got to meet John have a conversation and get a free feed in the house . Legend . But how times have changed, people were more trusting then.

Armando Garcia : The day David Gilmour met John

Ava Alexander : Funny thing is, once Yoko was the one in the position of this guy, stalking John for two years at his house asking to use the phone if he wasn't there, leaving her ring there for an excuse to come back. Threatening to kill herself if he didn't respond. Feeling like they had a "special connection".

Jim Lundberg : they're just words man. i put them together and they have meaning. that's all! nice one john!

rexsolomon : Humility in greatness. Treating and speaking to another with respect. Being 'human' to another 'human'. John Lennon was great - but for FAR more than just his songs or his songwriting. Thank you for this video!

Matt Pannell : A funny looking person with a red hat and resembled a bear came round my house and asked me about my lyrics. I invited him in and made him a marmalade sandwich. 🐻

P. Hamilton : They're just songs, buddy...now bugger off....

Justin Parkman : greatest songwriter ever

The Weeping Willow : John had such a beautiful empathy...to bad the world don't have this today....

amerocker : The real secret to happiness *is* good bowel movements.

ron p : The fan guy had great teeth and eyes!

multiverser : Time machined back in time, Kurt Cobain meets John Lennon. Reverse Mandela Effect.

Philip Haigh : Having breakfast with John A George wow♥️

simone viviani : John Lennon and Paolo Maldini football Milan ac italy

Venus Wings : "I'm just a guy". ✌😎✌ You were awesome, John Lennon.

peter tancred : If only? Love John's compassion, 'Are you hungry?'

Greg Bolter : An example of humanity not seen in his detractors.

mgerakos : John was so authentic with people. He didn't owe this guy the time of day, yet painstakingly explains the meanings of his songs and then invites him in for a bite to eat. We all lost something important on that cold night in New York City.

Austin Ragsdale : Yoko is trippin balls at the end there

Steve Milano : RUMOR HE WAS A SHELL SHOCKED VIETNAM VET NAMED CLAUDIO. - The facts about this guy are kind of sketchy, as you can imagine. Nobody seems to have come forward and claimed “I’m that guy.” There is a reference to him in the book “Eight Arms to Hold You” that claims his name is Claudio and that he’d been sending John hippied-out telegrams for months before showing up at the house, so that he wasn’t a total stranger in the true sense of the word. As Gary says, some people are convinced that Claudio ends up in the audience on the Dick Cavett show. It certainly does seem to be him, though I’m surprised Lennon doesn’t say “Hey, you’re that guy who showed up at my house!” Personally, I don’t think it’s the same guy. The man at the interview has a definite accent while the guy in the Imagine film does not. I read something by a man who said, back when he had been watching the Imagine documentary in the theater, that he had met a friend of Claudio’s family (take that statement for what it’s worth, considering how removed it is.) According to the family friend, Claudio was a student from Harvard who had travelled to England during this time. Also according to the friend, Claudio was killed in an airplane crash in the mid to late 70’s. I suppose that would explain why nobody can find the guy. At any rate, the whole thing seems pretty sketchy, and I’d take it with a grain of salt.

Mark Ant : Lennon`s attitude towards talking to the public was refreshing but it`s what got him killed. This guy looked like a weirdo why are his teeth so clean if he`s a dirty wanderer?

Tee 1up : I want that guy to come forward. I’d love to hear his story. -2018

Patrick Remi : Thats not the same guy.

floyd pitt : NOT 1972. Both in 1971.