Let It Be was released in May 1970, just weeks after Paul McCartney confirmed The Beatles had split for good.
“It just proves to me that my main memory of The Beatles was the joy and the skill,” he said.
Because I definitely bought into the dark side of The Beatles breaking up and thought, ‘God, I’m to blame.’”
That was one of the important things about The Beatles, we could make each other laugh.”
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