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The son of John Lennon finds this title very suitable for this campaign.

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Julian Lennon authorized and supports the NHS in his business to use the words of the song 'Help!' Beatles as part of a campaign around mental health.

The son of the late John Lennon and Cynthia Lennon find that this title is perfectly appropriate because he explains that it is the most "honest" song that his father has written.

In a statement, Julian said, "By putting aside the fact that this song is great, I think the title 'Help!' Is one of the most honest songs that my father has written with the Beatles. The lyrics show very well that he asks for help because sometimes he could be depressed ".

He added, "Using this song through the NHS will remind people that everyone is likely to see his mental health change and that will help people reduce hesitation about looking for assistance. The title 'Help!' Was written by the Beatles singer and recorded in 1965 before becoming the eponymous title of the album.

In an interview for the Rolling Stone magazine in 1970, the English artist had entrusted that this title 'Help!' And 'Strawberry Fields Forever' were the two most authentic songs he had created.

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