Paul is dead
Rubber Soul - 1965
The title "Rubber Soul" is in the shape of a upside-down heart, indicating a "false soul" amongst them. Also notice that the Beatles are all peering downwards (at/in a grave?!). The photograph is somewhat distorted so that no one can tell that the person in the picture is not really Paul, but a look-alike!
Rubber Soul lyrics:
Girl: "..that a man must break his back to earn his day of leisure will she still believe it when he's dead.." (who, Jane Asher?!)
I'm Looking through You: "..I'm looking through you, where did you go? I thought I knew you, what did I know. You don't look different but you have changed, I'm looking through you, you're not the same.." "..your lips are moving I can not hear, you don't sound different I've learned the game.." "..you were above me but not today, the only difference is you're down there.." "..you've changed, you've changed, you've changed.." (yep, he's down there in the grave)
In My Life: "..all these places have their moments ... some are dead and some are living, in my life I love you more.."
Nowhere Man: "He's a real nowhere man.." "..doesn't have a point of view, knows not where he's going to.." "..you don't know what you're missing, nowhere man can you see me at all?.."
note: extract from www.rareexception.com
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Thanks to Cristina Bertola for translations.