During a recent interview with Express, The Beatles biographer Barry Miles has revealed little-known truth about the relationship between The Beatles members, John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

He said that “The songwriting relationship and friendship was so deep that it transcended any bickering over money or management“, and continued:

“Paul said that on a number of occasions they’d be in the middle of an argument and John would just pull his little granny glasses down the end of his nose, look over the top and say, ‘It’s only me’ and then go back to shouting and blinding and swearing.

You can’t go through something like Beatlemania without being totally close to the other members. For all those years they were in that strange bubble, just travelling around the world.”

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He also revealed the untold story about John Lennon’s fake moustache and said:

“There was one incident at the height of Beatlemania in 1965 when he actually drove right down through France to the south coast in disguise.

He had a false moustache and had his hair combed differently. In fact, he was turned away from a French club because he didn’t look cool enough!

And then he came back as a Beatle and they couldn’t do enough to usher him in and give him the best table.”

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