Here's the iconic Beatle seemingly lost in thought while smoking a cigarette and sitting in a comfy-looking chair. What could he be thinking?
While we’ve seen John Lennon in some of his quirky moments in the past — like striking a pose in a Superman shirt and recording a song in a neck-breaking position — photographer Jean-Marie Perier captured a quiet moment of a pensive-looking Beatle above. Lennon was not the only Beatle caught lounging around by Perier. The rest of the band and Brian Epstein was also photographed relaxing in their posh-looking room at George V Hotel in Paris in June 1965.
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