3 Quotes – Paul McCartney


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Paul McCartney, English musician

born:  June 18, 1942
died:  –

I hate the idea of success robbing you of your private life.
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If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian.
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Nothing pleases me more than to go into a room and come out with a piece of music.

 

 

Which is your favourite quote by Paul McCartney?  🙂


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30 thoughts on “3 Quotes – Paul McCartney

    • “Let It Be” and “Imagine” are constant favourites of mine. “Eleanor Rigby” and “Norwegian Wood” depend on my mood. It’d take too much time to list them all. 🙂

  1. I always felt that the Beatles taught me about love and peace. So, walking out of a room and having a piece of their songs playing in my head would be like #3, a little bit anyway!

    • The Beatles and/or their songs still have a vast influence on my life. There are lots of great memories; thankfully they show a lot of documentaries on TV. Listening to radio KYA and the ‘Breakfast with the Beatles’ show are a must.
      #3 seems to be the real winner…

  2. My favourite one of these is the one about being vegetarian. I’m sure it’s true. I’ve always been fond of Paul as he is exactly ten years older than I! 🙂

    • Thank you for appreciating this quote, Norah. My transition from pescetarian to vegetarian is done. A little more awareness now and then can make this world a better place. And I’ll do my best to keep June 18 in mind.

  3. I vote for quote one, Karen.

    And nowadays for so many the fame is the goal, not the art. Gack.

    Yes, the issue of Kanye West’s fans now knowing who Paul McCartney is, well, that’s very sad. But inevitable with the way our world spins now.

  4. I was thinking of him today. Someone sent me a link with a bunch of tweets. It had to do with Kanye West generously providing a career to some poor unknown named Paul McCartney. They were pretty funny.

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