The legendary co-founder of the Beatles, Paul McCartney recently gave an interview to Penguin Books and the Penguin Books’ podcast, The Penguin Podcast about McCartney’s latest children book “Hey Grandude”. Paul McCartney horrible beard photo revealed by wife.
Paul McCartney holding two women in a bar photo was just revealed. Here, after the interviewer states that men in the current generation are more prone to be more emotionally-open than previous generations, including the one that McCartney grew up in. McCartney shares a story about how it was difficult for him to tell his fellow bandmates, including George Harrison and John Lennon how he felt about them.
Paul McCartney’s disturbing John Lennon death remark just leaked. That was until McCartney wrote the popular 1982 hit ‘Here Today’. Which he wrote after the death of John Lennon. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments.
Interviewer: Now we are lucky to live in an age Paul where men are being encouraged to talk about how they feel. Which, certainly for your generation was not the case.
Paul McCartney: That’s right. I do a song in my show which is called ‘Here Today’ which I wrote after John [Lennon] died and I say to people in the audience: ‘If there’s something you want to to say that’s really nice, get it said’ because so often you’ll say: “I’m gonna tell that person what I think of them” and then you say: “oh well I’ll tell them tomorrow” and you sometimes put it off. So I explained that when we first started off as a group with four lads from Liverpool – hey, I’m not gonna tell anyone I love em, you’re kidding! So we never did any of that, it needed me to write it into this song after he died.