“All You Need Is Love” means you can’t use it for an advertisement.

Do advertisers even listen to the songs they buy to sell their products? “All You Need Is Love” means YOU DON’T NEED ANYTHING ELSE. There could not be a more inappropriate song for use in an advertisement… unless, of course, you’re selling love.

Whoever is in charge of the Beatles’ catalog these days should never ever have sold this song to anybody. This is the most ridiculous use of a song to sell a product THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. Even back to caveman times, I did the research.

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4 Responses to “All You Need Is Love” means you can’t use it for an advertisement.

  1. George Haberberger says:

    Of course, all you need is love. That’s why when the Beatles recorded this song the record was free.

  2. Bpaul says:

    I have, oner the years, developed a Beatles allergy.

  3. Bpaul says:

    Thats “over” — ahh typing with a squirmy baby on my lap

  4. B says:

    What if you’re selling love?

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