The Beatles bassist Paul McCartney has shared heartbreaking story about late singer John Lennon.

In a recent interview with “60 Minutes Overtime”, he has shared the biggest fear of John Lennon.

He said that “I remember John was a bit insecure,” and continued:

“And I remember him once particularly, strangely out-of-the-blue saying, ‘I’m worried about how people are going to remember me.’”

McCartney recalls trying to console him by saying, “‘John, listen to me, look at me. You’re going to be remembered as one of the greatest people.’ I’m getting choked up. I said… “‘Cause you are, you’re fantastic.’”

On what he worried about, he said:

“I’ve heard people say that about me. Oh, you know, he wants to be liked. But I’m going, doesn’t everyone?”

Interviewer said ‘Do you worry more now than you used to’, Paul responded:

“No, it’s just who I am maybe, you know for instance, when we’d done, we were now famous with the Beatles and we had done “Revolver,” one of the early Beatle records. And– I got the horrors one day. I thought it was outta tune. I thought the whole album was outta tune. I listened to it and for some reason just, like, oh my god.

And I went to the guys, I said, “It’s outta tune. It’s outta– I don’t know what we’re gonna do.” You know? And they said– and they got a bit worried and listened to it. They said, “No, it isn’t.” I go, “Oh, okay”

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