10. “The Long and Winding Road”
It reminds me of winter in England. It’s cold, you’ve got fingerless gloves on. And it makes me sad, because it was the end of the greatest movie I’d ever seen. You hear Paul going, “I’m out of steam. I can’t do this anymore.”
— Ozzy Osbourne, Rolling Stone. (December 1st, 2010)
Favourite Drink: If I could only choose one drink it would have to be water. When I’m a bit hung over that’s all I can take. But I still like a Scotch and Coke. I can’t overdo it any more. Four’s my maximum, four and I’m anybody’s.
Paul McCartney, c/o official program booklet for The Paul McCartney World Tour (1989-90): Lifelines. (1989)
I’ve been waiting for the source of this quote for a very very very long time!!! This makes me incredibly happy! XD … life is good again!
Anonymous: Paul McCartney sucks
literally every one of us wishes he would
The music of Lennon & McCartney.
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Full special on Dailymotion : x
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ringo’s too stoned to remember
Paul: so before we go we’d like to say…
John: SHUT UP!
Paul: …shut up.
I’m laughing. Where are my McLennon shippers at?
But anyway, this article in Rolling Stone is actually really cool.
Too private, Paul? And then the entire Mclennon fandom exploded.
John had a close relatioship with them, especially Ringo and George.
Especially Ringo and George.
Ringo and George?
the only way her jealousy would be made clearer was if she wrote jealous on her forehead in red lipstick.
Oh my god… I can’t believe her! she’s so… ugh!!..
— Peter Asher, on Lennon and McCartney (via paul-mccartnee)
That’s very hard to delve into. They were great friends, and had great mutual respect, but they were also quite different from one another. I don’t know. Human relationships are tough to analyze. It’s like trying to talk about someone else’s marriage.
"I have a theory I think Paul McCartney’s life would’ve been way different if John Lennon had lived, because I don’t think Paul would’ve been free to go out on tour and play the Beatles songs and stuff. I think John might’ve given him a hard time." — Howard Stern
I don’t agree with him, not completely. I think John would have wanted to write with Paul again, get their friendship back how it was back in Liverpool. The hard time he would probably give Paul would be pressuring him to make better songs, just like old times. The good ol’ Lennon/McCartney competition to see who writes the next number 1.
But this is also… strange you know, because by 1976- 77Paul was already playing beatles songs in his concerts, and John was pretty much alive… so… no. I also think that at some point they would have worked together again.
PH taken by Linda McCartney.
Yay!! My Revolution in The Head book by Ian Mcdonald and my Two of Us movie are here! …. The thing is… I haven’t been able to finish Tune In!! I need vacation NOW!!
And so I turned this beauty into a gif. Because Paul’s face is priceless.