Paul McCartney a Living Legend

Way way back in 1964 when I was 12 years old on a dark cold February evening my dad called me downstairs to see this new musical group on the Ed Sullivan show called the Beatles. After listening to three songs I said to my dad they will never make it big little did I know.Soon after I offered my baby sitter one heck of a sitting gig to take in a show of the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Needless to say she was thrilled. I was hook for life as a true Beatlemania fan and went on to see the Beatles again at the Gardens in 65 & 66. If I had a chance to have a conversation with Paul I would ask him what he enjoys about touring after all these years ? What keeps him going ? Does he miss being a Beatle re the fun performing and working with the lads. I would ask Paul about the writing process of the Beatles music with the other lads re John Lennon George Harrison and Ringo Starr how in the world did they write so many hits songs in a few short years ? Did they have a feeling that a given song was going to be number 1 on the charts.

I would ask Paul if fame and fortune is all it’s cracked up to be ? I would thank Paul for taking the time to make my dream come true!!!!