MC CART­NEY HAS DREAMS ABOUT EX-BEA­TLES MATES

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - FRONT PAGE -

Mu­sic leg­end Paul Mccart­ney has re­vealed that he still spends time with his Bea­tles’ band­mates, but in his dreams.

In an in­ter­view to the Sun­day Mir­ror, the 76-yearold singer-song­writer be­came nos­tal­gic and shared that he often dreamt about his late band­mates John Len­non and Ge­orge Har­ri­son. An­other for­mer band mem­ber, Ringo Starr, is still alive.

Mccart­ney said, “I often have dreams about John or Ge­orge. I often dream about peo­ple who aren’t here any­more. They tend to be very good. And it’s only when you get to wake up you go, ‘Oh yeah, it was a dream.’”

Har­ri­son died of can­cer in 2001 aged 58; Len­non was shot dead aged 40 by de­ranged fan Mark Chap­man.

Mccart­ney also con­fessed that he suf­fered is­sues with his self-con­fi­dence. He said that Len­non once told him that he fret­ted over how he was likely to be re­mem­bered, be­fore he rightly told him he would be held as one of the greats.

Founded in 1960, the English rock band that was formed in Liver­pool be­came widely re­garded as the fore­most and most in­flu­en­tial mu­sic band in the world.

PHOTO: JACK PLUN­KETT/ INVISION/AP

Paul Mccart­ney then (sec­ond from left, with The Bea­tles) and now

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