DEAR FRIEND:

Looking back, we were like college kids. We had lots of great times. Sometimes I picture John and I wandering down the streets of Liverpool, dressed in black, in tight trousers – drain pipes, we used to call them – with our guitars slung over our shoulders and without a thought in the world that there was ever going to be this group called The Beatles or that it would be a phenomenon. We were just two kids with no money. One day we walked into a sweet shop, and John bought some chocolate. He said, ‘would you like half?’ I said, ‘Wow, you’re willing to share your chocolate with me?’ What a dude! (Laughs) The things that stay most in my memory are the smallest things, the ordinary things.

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5 Responses to “DEAR FRIEND:”

  1. Erin says:

    So cute!!

  2. Thiago says:

    that’s sweet :)

  3. Lizzie says:

    lovely!

  4. Chelsea says:

    That’s really lovely :)

  5. oxowhitney says:

    People forget that Britain was under rationing until 1954. Sweets actually were rationed until late 1953, but British youth was accustomed to going without.

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