So, reckon you're the ultimate Beatles fan, do you? Have every rare vinyl release they ever put out? Have collectors' items coming out of your ears? Well, there may be one thing missing from your treasure trove - deeds to a grave.
Not just any grave, of course - but the deeds to Eleanor Rigby's grave are up for auction, meaning that you could be buried in the same plot when it's your time, if that's what you wish.
The grave is St. Peter's Churchyard in Woolton, Liverpool, and although not much is known about the actual Eleanor Rigby's life, her name may have subconciously inspired Lennon and McCartney - who grew up nearby - to pen one of their best-known songs. Although McCartney has claimed that the name was totally fictitious and purely coincidental, it hasn't stopped Beatles fans from making a pilgrimage to the grave site.
The deeds of the grave are being auctioned next month and are expected to fetch between £2,000 and £4,000 - and whoever buys them will have the right to be buried in the same plot in seven years (there has to be a gap of 75 years since the last burial).
As well as the grave deeds, the original handwritten score for the song are also being auctioned and are expected to fetch upwards of £20,000.