Love As AlwaysAugust 1962Love As Always3 years ago in Romance
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I s'pect you know this already - but I'll tell you anyway - we got signed! It feels like Brian's been dragging us to recording studios for weeks - probably has - but it's over now, we've been signed to Parlophone and George Martin wants us to make a record! John is in a bit of a mardy over that actually, he wants to do his song but George (Martin not me) wants us to do a professionally written one. Still, we're really too happy for anyone to get in a serious mardy.
Only thing is, George (Martin not me!) says he doesn't like Pete's drumming. He brought in a session drummer to play with us - Pete wasn't exactly best pleased.
Brian says, though, that we should get someone else, permanently, instead of Pete. I thought John wouldn't like that, but he surprised everyone, said he'd been thinking about getting someone else too. Paul and me had to agree with him, honestly, it's not ideal but if w
5 Observations About Paul McCartney1) Paul was a very feminine guy even though he sometimes tried to appear more manly. Often times he kept his legs close together, when he was drunk he’d almost flirt with the guys in the gay bars that they went to, and at one point while being married to Linda, Paul put on her clothes, did his makeup, and said to myself that he would make a pretty woman.5 Observations About Paul McCartney2 years ago in Emotional
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2) Although Paul is a kind-hearted person and is known for his happy, bubbly nature, he was also cheated on his girlfriends just as much as John Lennon. In fact, wasn’t the cute sweet lover most people thought him to be until Linda softened him up. It was his face that made people assume Paul was more of an angel and John was more of a devil. Both were equally bad and good in different ways. According to Francie Schwartz, and old girlfriend of Paul’s while he was also engaged to Jane Asher, there was an event in which Paul was in a bad mood and not opening his fanmail while Jo