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Sunday, 20 April 2014

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Yoko Ono's reaction to Paul McCartney's admission that John wrote most of the lyrics to the Lennon-McCartney will be good for Paul.

She reportedly stated that John had asked her not to say a word about it but she feels free to talk now.

She said that one with a lot of good lyrics and another with some great melodies went together in a great way. Plus Paul always insisted that John's name came first on the "Lennon/Mccartney credits.

"But it's very hard to do unless you have been friends for a long time and they were."

She also pointed out that each did well on their own but were at their best together, plus you had George Harrison who was very good at what he did but did not blend together with others and Ringo who just wanted to play and sing, couldn't care less who wrote them.

She stated that she was the scapegoat in the famous breakup but that would have happened anyway.

Think of Picasso and Van Gogh trying to do a painting together. It just down't work that way.

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