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bewaremylove:

If I had known John was going to die, I would have made a lot more effort to try and get a better relationship with him. But when he started slagging me off I was not prepared to say ‘Well, you’re quite right’, because I’m human. My big regret was that I could have told John to listen and put my arms round him - Paul McCartney 

bewaremylove:

If I had known John was going to die, I would have made a lot more effort to try and get a better relationship with him. But when he started slagging me off I was not prepared to say ‘Well, you’re quite right’, because I’m human. My big regret was that I could have told John to listen and put my arms round him - Paul McCartney 

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egosumdeus:

George Harrison

egosumdeus:

George Harrison

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awkwardgeorge:

I’d be quite prepared for that eventuality.

awkwardgeorge:

I’d be quite prepared for that eventuality.

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well, no. How can you be surprised by your own brother?”

-John Lennon [when asked if he was surprised about Paul’s success post-Beatles]

"The thing you must remember is that I’m the Number One John Lennon fan. I love him to this day and I always did love him"

-Paul McCartney

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WHEN I HEAR MY FRIENDS/ FAMILY SINGING A BEATLES SONG


james-winston:

The tie John’s wearing in these pictures? 

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His old school tie, from Quarry Bank High School.

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According to the Daily Mail, in 1975 he phoned his sister Julia to ask for some childhood mementos to be sent to him in New York, including his tie. He gave her £3,000 to cover the cost of shipping and said, “don’t tell Mimi”. 

In 2007 Yoko wore his tie during a visit to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.

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thateventuality:

thateventuality:

Scan - a haircut, 1963
Photo: Terence Spencer


"I remember cutting John’s hair one time, and I tried to get him to cut mine. We did it just as a joke, only the once, but I don’t think he cut mine as professionally as I cut his…" - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology
"That was the last time I cut anybody’s hair." - John Lennon, 1965, The Beatles Anthology

thateventuality:

thateventuality:

Scan - a haircut, 1963

Photo: Terence Spencer

"I remember cutting John’s hair one time, and I tried to get him to cut mine. We did it just as a joke, only the once, but I don’t think he cut mine as professionally as I cut his…" - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology

"That was the last time I cut anybody’s hair." - John Lennon, 1965, The Beatles Anthology

(via beingforthebenefitofthebeatles)