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The Beatles: Free as a Bird (1995)

The Beatles perform in the music video "Free as a Bird" from the album "Anthology 1" recorded Apple Records. The music video depicts the point of view of a bird in flight. In starts in a ... See full summary »

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The Beatles perform in the music video "Free as a Bird" from the album "Anthology 1" recorded Apple Records. The music video depicts the point of view of a bird in flight. In starts in a bedroom looking at photographs before flying out into the streets and looking at the Beatles through different stages of their careers. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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