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Old Mar 15, 2005, 02:41 PM   #76
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Don't you mean a heartamacc?

Don't scare us like that, Virg. How sad for that priest and those who knew and cared about him.

There is a young boy named Jesse McCartney on the Disney channel. My young nieces asked if he was related to Paul. How heartwarming, these two young children know about Paul.

"I Will" is one of the most beautiful songs and it is one of my favorite songs on the White Album.

Paul McCartney can be very funny. I love it when he sings a little bit of a tune or says how he arrived at a song he had written.

I never liked Howard Stern and find him very offensive. In 2001 Paul was a guest on his show and Stern asked him to divulge the private conversations he had with George. Paul said that he might tell Stern privately, but he certainly would not go out on television and reveal those private conversations. (Similar to his response to Larry King, but then again Larry is a gentleman and an excellent interviewer). I could see talking privately to Larry, but Howard Stern? That one baffled me. :shakehead1:

I love the way Paul made good eye contact and the way he moved his head when performing on stage. One of my favorite early Beatle concerts was in November, 1963 when the Beatles played for the Queen. Say, do you think the Queen rattled her jewelry?

One of my all time favorite Beatle concerts was the June 1965 Paris concert. I loved it when Paul introduced the songs in French and I love the way he did a one-year-old hit, "Can't Buy Me Love."
With a love like that, you know you should be glad, yeah, yeah, yeah!-- Beatles, 1963

If I seem to act unkind, it's only me, it's not my mind. -- George Harrison, 1966

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