"It doesn’t matter about people not liking our records, or not liking the way we look, or what we say. You know, they’re entitled to not like us. And we’re entitled not to have anything to do with them if we don’t want to…" [x]
THIS HAD TO BE DONE OKAY
Film Show, 1964
April 17, 1964
The Beatles did their second and final day of filming at the exclusive London private members’ club Les Ambassadeurs for their first film, A Hard Day’s Night. On this day of filming, the band filmed the dancing scene at the club’s Garrison Room, which was soundtracked by the songs I Wanna Be Your Man & Don’t Bother Me.
During a break in filming, The Beatles gave an interview to US TV host Ed Sullivan in the club’s walled garden. The interview, lasting just one minute and 34 seconds, was included in the May 24 edition of The Ed Sullivan Show the same year, along with a clip of the band miming to You Can’t Do That.
Paul and Linda’s reaction to Linda getting called “Mrs. McCartney” for the first time
how does one turn their emotions off
Okay so first go to settings
I’m a fucking idiot I thought that said emojis at first
I used to think anyone doing anything weird was weird. Now I know that it is the people that call others weird that are weird - Paul McCartney
when someone gets a lyric reference you made and then continues with the next line