John Lennon's 'Imagine' piano on display in Dallas

The Steinway piano that John Lennon used to craft the song “Imagine” is on display again in Dallas.

The famous piano is at the Goss-Michael Foundation through Saturday. It’s part of a free art display called “History and Chaos.”

The piano is considered to be the most expensive piece of pop memorabilia, valued at more than $8 million.

It was in Dallas as part of the Imagine Piano Peace Tour back in 2007. At the time, it was posed in front of historical locations of violence such as Dealey Plaza.

Goss-Michael Foundation co-founder Kenny Goss said the song is as true today as it was when Lennon wrote it.

“Jimmy Carter always said that when Rosalyn and him traveled they heard the song Imagine as almost a national anthem. You’d be surprised at how many people are moved just when they see it,” he said.

After Saturday, the piano will be shipped back to London.