Just to have you as my very own personal Venus.
You can be my Yoko Ono,
You can follow me wherever I go,
Be my (be my) Be my (be my) Be my Yoko One, Ohhh-Oh."
You know I want you so bad, babe
I want you
You know I want you so bad it's driving me mad
It's driving me mad
(About Yoko Ono)
Yoko comes from an affluent and influential Japanese family. It is rumored that Yoko's great grandfather had amassed a fortune of a billion dollars by his assassination in 1921.
Yoko studied at the same school as Emporer Hirohito's two sons, where she became heavily interested in the arts. However, she dropped out of Gakushuin University and at the age of 20 she enrolled at Sarah Lawrence College - coincidentally the same college that Linda Eastman, future wife of Paul McCartney attended.
Yoko began touring as an artist, and appealed to the artsy upper echelon of New York and Tokyo. (In 2002, Ono wrote that at the time she thought herself avant garde - a real talent, but she now realized that she was a nobody in the scheme of things.)
Yoko's had her first child, and second marriage, with Anthony Cox. They traveled playing music, and shooting short films. One of their more memorable works is of the striking of a single match. Another, was their 1966 film 'Buttocks,' in which they traveled to London to film 365 Briton's naked backsides. Notably, a journalist named Hunter Davies was invited down to the shoot, and devoted his column to the story "Oh no, Ono!", which introduced the British Public to the Japanese artist. Notably, Davies went on to write the The Beatles' first authorized biography - spending endless of hours with the band during the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club...