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Paul McCartney reveals John Lennon's greatest fear



Paul McCartney has revealed John Lennon's greatest fear, and it could easily make your soul cry.

In a "60 Minutes Overtime" segment, in which correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi talks about her interview with the legendary Beatles bassist aired on Sunday, a revealing behind the scenes clip is played. 76-year-old Sir Paul, who spoke openly about his own insecurities throughout the interview, surprisingly announced that Lennon was also suffering from self-doubt.

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Beatles Paul McCartney (left) and John Lennon in 1964.

"I remember John was a bit unsure," McCartney said before emotionally sharing an anecdote.

"And I remember him, especially weird and totally weird:" I'm worried how people are going to remember me. "

McCartney remembers trying to console him by saying," John, listen to me, look at me. You will be remembered as one of the greatest people. "I am suffocated. I said … "" Because you are, you are fantastic.

 John Lennon 1971 in London.


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John Lennon 1971 in London.

The story eerily points to Lennon's evil fate and is remembered as one of the greatest musicians of all time.

On December 8, 1980, Mark David Chapman shot the iconic Beatles singer and songwriter in front of the Dakota, Lennon's apartment building in Central Park West, New York. Chapman has been denied parole ten times since his assassination by Lennon and Beatles fans. To this day, he honors the musician on the occasion of his death year by gathering around his memorial in Central Park, leaving love and appreciation.

 On the 35th anniversary of the death of John Lennon in 2015, a fan of the late Beatle needle on [Strawberry Fields]


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On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of John Lennon's death in 2015, a fan of the late Beatle posted a pin on the tile mosaic "Strawberry Fields" in Central Park, which honors the musician.

Although McCartney's confessional clip is sure to rattle everyone's heart, not everything he said on "60 Minutes" was tissue-friendly.

McCartney said Lennon commented on just one of the songs he wrote. "

" John says, when it's done, 'That's a really good song, boy. I love this song. "I said," Yes, he likes it. "You know, and I've remembered it to this day, it's really pathetic."

To see McCartney's interview in full, go to "60 Minutes" (19659021)!


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