Famous Beatle Paul McCartney says it's a relief to get it off his shoulders but that he has admitted that Lennon-McCartney on the records were mostly Lennon and a lot less McCartney.
Paul spoke with just a few writers, one from the Rolling Stone who will probably put it on the front page.
McCartney apparently told the small group that his own contributions were the music for the songs.
He stated that John was great with words and also music.
"It looks like everyone would know this by our output later on. We each placed it in our songs. I had wings and we were a commercial success but go back and look at the lyrics. I never wrote anything like "Imagine" or some of those other message music. I wrote the silly love songs."
Asked about George and Ringo's contribution, Paul stated that each had their own talent. Look at "Something". And without Ringo we wouldn't have held together as long as we do. He's a fun guy. I even loved Ringo in that Cave Man thing. We should have done more of that but time slips away.
With that, we were told that that's all he had to say.