Paul McCartney Often Dreams of John Lennon

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Published on September 24, 2019

Part 3 of Stephen Colbert’s interview with Sir Paul McCartney touches on the subject of loss, and in particular the way John Lennon’s death has influenced his music and even his dreams, many decades later. #Colbert #Beatles #PaulMcCartney

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20 comments

  • Chandra Re 2 years ago

    There was a French graphic novel called “Yesterday” with the same basic premise which preceded the movie by a number of years.

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  • Inc0rrupt 2 years ago

    That face john lennon makes when he gets owned by a snub nose .38 and is sent directly to hell

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  • ben ben 2 years ago

    This guy inspired so many great artists. Makes me wonder how empty the music world would be if he never existed.

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  • Will 2 years ago

    faux Paul killed John and now he dreams about it…

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  • Schrodinger's Cat 2 years ago

    The Beatles were a force of divine intervention

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  • Mari Arenas 2 years ago

    Hands down!!!! Stephen and Paul are in the same category,,,AMAZING!!!

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  • Michael Richardson 2 years ago

    He didn’t introduce him as Sir Paul McCarney. He should have just walked off stage.

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  • Sean Mike 2 years ago

    I can’t believe they hid all the machines keeping him alive!

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  • Leslie Alcaro 2 years ago

    Sir Paul, those we love visit us in our dreams when we don’t believe they are still with us when we are awake. John Lennon never left you; he is literally vibrating higher, that’s all!! But then, he always did… (sad smile)

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  • Jay Tee 2 years ago

    Co Bear knows all about loving other people, I imagine like Don Lemon & Anderson Cooper he loves his bf right up that ass lol

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  • Jam Key 2 years ago

    What a wholesome interview

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  • THANATOS FANATICOS 2 years ago

    BASS!!!!!!

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  • Ted Bundy 2 years ago

    We’re truly blessed to still be in the company of a living Legend, We get to see this man live, in 100 years people will still wish they were as lucky as us

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  • The Skeleton 2 years ago

    Mccartney is funnier then Colbert

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  • said rahal 2 years ago

    I have this sadness that can’t explain. I never met John but for some reason I feel I miss him and that the world needs him more than ever singing at Paul’s side….

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  • joel . joel belanger 2 years ago

    ICI LE TOUT PUISSANT DZEUS CONAAN RAHIM SEIGNEUR DES MONDES JÉHOVAH DIEU JEAN BÂTISSE!PI PAUL? AIME TU MES ÉFFET SPÉCIAUX DANS MON FILM!FX N’ARRIVE PAS À MA CHEVILLE?MOI SAIS RÉEL?ET AU-DELÀ!PAYEZ OÙ LA FIN DES TEMPS SERA

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  • Boobybird89 Plays 2 years ago

    Definitely true about seeing deceased friends in dreams and visiting them. I’ve ran into my grandparents a few times that way along with my fiancé and other family members. I’ve written stories based on dreams as well, so Paul is totally relatable there.

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  • Isabella Catherine 2 years ago

    I’m so happy and I can’t believe this is happening, we’re all so blessed to be alive at the same time as this man. ♥️

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  • Lisa Oldwithsomanywhys 2 years ago

    is Paul the only survivor of the Beatles?

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  • Stephanie Rodriquez 2 years ago

    Ugly pedoz

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