Lucy Vodden, the inspiration for The Beatles‘ “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds,” died last week in the U-K from lupus. She was 46. Lucy was a childhood friend of Julian Lennon, who came home from school one day with a drawing that he said was “Lucy in the sky with diamonds.” He showed it to his father, John Lennon, who took the title and turned it into a song in 1967 for the Sgt. Pepper album. Most fans and critics thought that Lucy, Sky and Diamonds stood for L-S-D.