Photo Credit: Paul McCartney Facebook Page

Sharyn Alfonsi from CBS News recently conducted an interview with The Beatles’ bassist Paul McCartney, and asked him ‘what’s the biggest misconception about you?’.

Paul responded:

“I don’t know really. I don’t– I don’t hear about them. I don’t know what people think about me. I can– I can try and guess. I’ll– I’ll– I’ll tell you what, “You must have no insecurities.” Just like anyone else, you have insecurities. ‘Cause everyone has them.

And no matter how high and great and wonderful you get, there’s still something will make you worry.

Sharyn asked:

“Where are you most content? When are you most content?”

Paul replied:

“I live on a farm in England, it’s about 20 minutes from here. And for me, it’s great because I can be in, like, Australia, playing to 40,000 people two days before.

Now I’m back on the farm and I’m on my horse, and we’re goin’ into the woods, and it’s quiet, little birds singing. So, that is very satisfying and it’s a great balance.”

Click here to entire interview.

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