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It’s Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum’s Tattoo!

Charles Kelley
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That’s the flower of life, one of two visible tattoos on Lady Antebellum singer Charles Kelley’s lanky body. He also has the lyrics to the Beatles song ‘Blackbird’ printed on his right forearm.

This tattoo was also inspired by the Beatles. In an episode of Lady A TV, Kelley shared why he got the new inking. “I had a Beatles song, a little mantra that every time I got stressed out I would sing to myself ‘nothing’s gonna change my world, nothing’s gonna change my world,'” Kelly said. “That is a song called ‘Across the Universe,’ … and this Flower of Life represents kind of the universe and how we’re all connected.”

The singer adds that despite the deeper meaning, he just thought it looked cool.

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