“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” Written and recorded first by the Beatles in 1967, then hitting Number 1 on the charts when rerecorded by Elton John (with John Lennon) in ’75, all involved deny that the title’s initials actually stood for the psychedelic drug LSD. Well, millions thought so. The wheel was immortalized 2 decades earlier by the Italian barber, Perry Como: “Find a wheel and it goes round, round, round….” Put these mags on your Batmobile, Robin. Or put this image of one of ‘em on your wall with a lot less trouble. Limited edition of 25 for the whole world. Comes with numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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