Sir Paul McCartney revealed that he never got around to telling John Lennon how much he loved them.
Beatles legend stated that the two were best friends in childhood because they could not say it as a 16-year-old and 17-year-old Liverpool kid.
“It was impossible. It never happened. Just say “John, I love you man”. But I didn’t get around to doing it. It’s amazing to realize how much this man means to me.
Beatles legend stated that the two were best friends in childhood.
The 79-year old described his time with Lennon’s youth as “like walking up a stairs… side-by-side.” He added: “I remember how wonderful it was to work alongside him and how amazing he was. Because you’re not playing around here, you’re not singing with Joe Bloggs. John Lennon sings with you.
He said, “I realized that when we were creating songs, I would suggest lines and he’d suggest lines. It was exactly how we got along, playing ping-pong with each other.
Left-handed stars said that it was almost like staring in the mirror because he was right handed. It was amazing, it was almost like I could see the notes I was playing through the mirror.
Sir Paul was on stage at London’s Southbank Centre to discuss his book The Lyrics. This was his first live interview in over two years.
Sir Paul did an on-stage interview in London at the Southbank Centre for his new book, The Lyrics. It was his first event live in over two years.
He said, “I realized that when we were creating songs, I would propose a line and then he would propose a line. It was exactly how we got along, playing off one another.
PRI*208029118 Undated handout photo of the front cover of Paul McCartney’s new book, The Lyric
When he was reflecting on 1970’s band breakup, he stated that “I believe the biggest misconception of The Beatles was that I had dismantled them.”
“I lived with that feeling for quite awhile, often saying to others, “No, I didn’t, no, I didn’t”. Once a headline has been published, it stays.