EddieV wrote:Paul was so engaged in The Beatles and was the drivingforce behind that group!!!
Cologne girl wrote:Like HJ, I like all four of them - I like John's smartness and his incredible sense of humour, his way of coming up with a spot-on reply, his plays on words, his voice, his energy when doing the old rock'n'roll classics, his intelligent lyrics (I could go on forever)... I like George's sensitivity, his at times biting sense of humour, his profoundness... I like Ringo's down-to-earthness, his easy way of getting on with most people, his sense of humour, his ability to laugh at himself... but somehow Macca has got the edge. WHY? I have thought about this all day and I haven't been able to come up with a convincing answer, I can only come up with bits and pieces: his looks, his voice (someone, a while ago, said he could sing his shopping list to her and she would still like it - that's a slight exaggeration, but somehow hints in the right direction), his versatility and somehow I can relate to many aspects of his personality and to a lot of what he says... but I am hard put to really explain. The one thing I can say is that (also as someone once said) when I got into the Fabs, it was "that one" straight away and has remained so ever since
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