Yoko made John happy no matter what circumstances she may have been involved in, or who pinned what fingers on her. She is a very strong woman, and although she is making big bucks on her late husband's name, I must ask that we all take Mr. Lennon's advice on this one and tolerate. "We're all human, man!"
The Beatles were already finished by '67 - Brian Epstein had died, drugs had taken hold, the musical tastes were changing, and the lads were sick of each other and of themselves. Yoko was not even the tip of that iceberg.
Yeah, definitely not for everyone; and admittingly, this is one of the few on my recommended list that I have skipped. Every time I see the scene in Citizen Kane where Kane is forcing his second wife to sing at mainstream clubs while its obvious she doesn't have the voice to do so, and her fans are few. Another event that comes to mind is when South Park deliberately took an (unfair?) jab at Yoko: the owner of City Wok's wife begins a recording career that mimics that of Kane's. Don't get me wrong, I like Yoko, especially backing on some of Lennon's early Solo work (Yoko had briefly separated later on.) and in the earlier portion of this song. Guess I am just saying, "I disliked this song, but I hope she comes up again on the radio."