Lmao yes, let’s continue to pretend that Louis hasn’t gone through media training to change the way he acts to he won’t seem so “gay.” It’s so naive to think this hasn’t happened and it’s naive to think that the way he’s changed has been a natural progression. The fact that we CAN see the difference in a 10 second video should be a giant red flag to everyone watching.
"We knew we were good. People used to say to us, ‘Do you think John and you are good songwriters?’ and I’d say— "Yeah it may sound conceited but it would be stupid of me to say ‘No, I don’t,’ or ‘Well, we’re not bad’ because we are good." Let’s face it. If you were in my position, which was working with John Lennon, who was a great, great man — It’s like that film ‘Little Big Man.’ He says, ‘We wasn’t just playing Indians, we was LIVIN’ Indians.’ And that’s what it was. I wasn’t just talking about it, I was living it. I was actually working with the great John Lennon, and he with me. It was very exciting"
- Paul McCartney, 1988
"I just thought, ‘Well, he looks good, he’s singing well and he seems like a great lead singer to me.’ Of course, he had his glasses off, so he really looked suave. I remember John was good. He was really the only outstanding member, all the rest kind of slipped away." - Paul McCartney when he met John for the first time
Happy Anniversary, Lennon and McCartney.
↳ Who met 57 years ago today on July 6th, 1957.
"I first met John on a thing called The Woolton Village Fete and I showed up there with his friend and my friend, a guy called Ivan. And we were backstage, they’d done a little set in the afternoon and they were getting ready to do one in the evening and John was loosening up a little bit, and he’d had a bit of a beer and I was pretty young and as he leaned over towards me he had this beery breath and I though "Oh dear, nu-uh". I wasn’t impressed at all. What happened was we all started playing little bits and pieces sort of to impress each other. And I borrowed a right handed guitar- most of my friends would play right handed, obviously, and I had to learn how to play it upside down. So, I sort of did something- I did ‘Twenty Flight Rock’ by Eddie Cochran. And what happened was, John was quite impressed. I think it was just cause I knew all the words and that was like really cool in those days, to know all the words to ‘Twenty Flight Rock’. So, I played it for him and apperantly that’s what got me in The Beatles." -Paul McCartney
6TH JULY 1957
“‘That was the day’, says John, ‘the day that I met Paul, that it started moving.’”
you have been a fan of my music for 5 years or a fan of my music for 1 hour, it doesn't matter, what matters is that you're a fan"
Which one of you takes the longest to do your hair? +
"This is where Ed excels. He is the king of selfies"