"The world is a better place for having known her."

—Paul McCartney about Linda. (via paulmccharmy)

onlymeflavs:

Paul McCartney at ‘Paperback Writer Session’ photo by Robert Whitaker




Magical Mystery Tour, 1967


mclennonlovers:

McCartney girls


wingsovermycat:

15 Grammy Awards
60 Gold Records
36 Gold Singles
19 Platinum Albums
188 charted records
91 top 10 songs
33 #1 songs
100 Million Singles sold


beatlesmut:

George Harrison and Ringo Starr attend Liverpool’s 47th annual Ugly Tie Convention. 


Title: Here, There and Everywhere
Artist: The Beatles
Played: 7333 times

"Out of the blue, I met this girl and we started talking and she happened to say, ‘I knew Linda.’ So that was emotional. I wouldn’t meet, typically, many people who knew Linda, and who knew her during her cancer treatment – and Nancy did. She’s a cancer survivor herself. So it got very deep, very quickly, and it was like, ‘What the hell was that?’ And then I ran into her a couple of more times on the holiday, and we got to know each other and started dating. So the song is about that, about this depth of emotion, of feeling – but totally being scared to say or do anything about it. Like a tongue-tied teenager."

— Paul McCartney on his wife, Nancy (via bodaciousbeatleblog)







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