I just hope they are good!

Yoko Ono considers releasing new John Lennon songs
HAMBURG, Germany (AFP) – Yoko Ono, the widow of the former Beatle John Lennon, is considering making public previously unreleased music by her late husband.
“I have to wait for the right moment,” Ono, 70, told Germany’s “Stern” magazine in its special Wednesday edition.
Lennon was shot and killed by a deranged fan in December 1980 outside his New York apartment 10 years after the Beatles disbanded amid artistic differences between the esoteric Lennon and more pop-conscious Paul McCartney.
Ono, the jealous guardian of his legacy, said the taped material should not be released in its current condition.
“He was a songwriter and he wanted the songs to be presented correctly. I have to think about it,” she said.
On her recent dispute with McCartney, who had wanted to change the famous “Lennon-McCartney” songwriting credit to “McCartney-Lennon” on songs John had less to do with, Ono said the pair still had a business relationship.
She said she does not go to his concerts and “he also does not come to mine.”
McCartney has said that he wants to make peace with Ono.
“I’m happy with the way it is and always has been. ‘Lennon and McCartney’ is still the rock ‘n’ roll trademark I’m proud to be a part of — in the order it has always been,” he told Glasgow’s Sunday Herald newspaper on June 1.
McCartney, 60, and his wife Heather Mills, 35, announced in late May that they were expecting their first baby after marrying last year.