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teacher: why didn’t you do your homework?
me: i was watching something important
Paul McCartney enjoying what seems to be a delicious apple
Scan - Paul and George, Candlestick Park, San Francisco, 29 August 1966
Photos: Jim Marshall
Fantastic view of George’s Gretsch!
The Beatles backstage in Stockholm,1963
Linda and Paul McCartney alongside Keith Moon. Photo by James Fortune
“We spend so much time together, because that’s how we like it. I never used to go on girl’s nights out, even at school. And Paul has never liked going out for a night with the boys, either.” - Linda McCartney
“When we went for a drive, Linda always wanted to get lost. I had an in-built panic about being lost. I always want to know where London is. I don’t want to get to, say, Staines and not know my way back. We would go down to the most obscure places, have a great time, find a little tearoom or a riverbank. She taught me little things like that, to relax and be down to earth. It was very valuable to me then, a great part of the healing process after the Beatles broke up … Linda was a very natural woman. She loved the fresh air and the freedom and the privacy of the countryside … She was just a great person to hang out with: very funny, very smart and very talented. ” - Paul McCartney