On Danger Mouse's mashup album, The Grey Album, "Julia" is mixed with Jay-Z's "Dirt Off Your Shoulder".According to producer Butch Vig, Kurt Cobain covered "Julia" during sound checks for Nirvana's breakthrough album Nevermind; it was also said to be Cobain's favorite Beatles track."Julia" is a song by the Beatles, but performed as a solo work by John Lennon.
It was also released as the "B side" of the Beatles single "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" in 1976.
The song is in the key of D and begins with a I–vi "Julia" has been covered by Ramsey Lewis, Bongwater, Chocolate Genius, Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Waltari, Priscilla Ahn, Pedro Aznar, Mike Patton & Carla Hassett as a duet and Sean Lennon.
Sean Lennon performed the song live on 2 October 2001 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, as part of the Come Together: A Night for John Lennon's Words and Music concert special.
Natural sciences, by definition, exclude the supernatural. The account of the world’s and man’s creation in Genesis is portrayed in supernatural terms. Thus, we should not expect purely naturalistic investigations to jive with the account of Creation, just as we should not expect purely naturalistic investigations to jive with the account of the Resurrection of Christ, or the Virgin Birth.
Thus, it is more proper to turn this objection on its head and respond that Science is not primarily an historical method.