Speaking of John, he addressed the Paul Is Dead hoax in “How Do You Sleep?
”: “Those freaks was right when they said you was dead…the one mistake you make was in your head.” Ha ha.
The Beatles had already broken up, but it was still a secret to the world. It is John, not me, dressed in black on the cover and inside of we were wearing our ordinary clothes. I have done enough press for a lifetime, and I don’t have anything to say these days.
I am happy to be with my family and I will work when I work. “The people who are making up these rumors should look to themselves a little more. They should worry about themselves instead of worrying whether I am dead or not.” documentary.
In the editor’s introduction, Pope urges his readers to approach the article with an open mind; by the end of it, my eyes were glazing over, especially when the piece took a dark turn into Charles Manson, Satanism and The Rolling Stones’ involvement in helping to cover up Paul’s death. They just can’t let it be (pun intended this time). I’ve seen him in interviews, I’ve seen him perform, and there’s no doubt in my mind that he’s the same Paul Mc Cartney that has been alive and well since 1942. OK well, then I’m sure if we looked hard enough all over the planet, we could find a man who looks exactly like Paul (and, for argument’s sake, the same exact height), or we could find one who sings just like Paul, or we could find one that has the same Liverpool accent, vocal nuances and wit.
The great wide world of the interwebs has given more fodder for the Paul Is Dead conspiracy theorists to play with. But in order to pull the rug over discerning Beatles fans’ eyes, the band had to find someone who possessed ALL of these qualities. Even the best Beatles tribute bands can’t find a member to play Paul that could fool this Beatles fan, let alone millions all over the planet.
John Lennon called you conspiracy theorists freaks! Mc Cartney.) But you have to admit it’s a perfectly logical question.