The Beatles bassist Paul McCartney had a recent interview with 60 Minutes. McCartney talked about the competitive edge between them, and revealed the only song that John Lennon liked: “Here, There, and Everywhere.”
Here is what Paul McCartney said:
“He’d write ‘Strawberry Fields,’ I’d go away and write ‘Penny Lane’ … to compete with each other. But it was very friendly competition.
I remembered the time John paid me a compliment quite well. It was way back during the sessions for 1966’s Revolver, and it came after a take of “Here, There, and Everywhere.”
Right when it finished, John said, ‘That’s a really good song, lad. I love that song I remember [the moment of John’s compliment] to this day. It’s pathetic, really.”
You can listen to Here, There, and Everywhere below:
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