Paul McCartney says that he "somehow came up with the idea of being a 'villain' in the Beatles' split in 1970.
He said it led to a period of wondering if he ever really knew his loved one. his colleague John Lennon at all, though he later solved his problems.
"This is a very special picture for me," said McCartney as he viewed a photo of the couple on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert . "Because when the Beatles fell apart, a lot of talk was like a villain and that John and I didn't really get along well. And there were a lot of talk about it because everyone was sad that the Beatles crashed. And I bought it . "
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He noted that" when you call it enough, you start thinking, "Well, maybe I was [the villain]." So I had to deal with a lot : "Was I? Wasn't I? Did I know John? Are we friends or something?" … There were so many rumors about it. And when I saw it, it looked like, "Yes, We were friends. "It's a beautiful photo for me, too, because it just reminds me that we work together and how cool it was."
McCartney said last year his case against the Beatles in 1
"But because of this incident to court, word got out that I was the bad one. And the worst part was that I somehow bought one. My psyche said, “No, no, no, no, no, no… Yes! … No, it wasn't … It was you! I really wasn't, but if everyone thinks you are, then maybe you were. "