"Paul said, ' Come and see the show,'" Lennon said later.
The contrasts grew even more stark as the years went on.
Mc Cartney increasingly composed everyman narratives and celebratory calls; Lennon was writing from what he saw as a more authentic and troubled personal viewpoint.
I thought, ' We've fuckin' had it.'".
The band spent the late summer into early winter filming odd reveries and recording music to accompany those scenes, and while it was ostensibly a free-form collaborative project by all four Beatles, there was no mistaking that, in the end, .) Lennon was reportedly somewhat pleased to see Mc Cartney stumble for once.
The only one among them who had any sense of urgency was Paul Mc Cartney. Moments later he said, "There's only two choices: We're gonna do it or we're not gonna do it, and I want a decision.
"I don't see why any of you, if you're not interested, got yourselves into this," he said to the other Beatles. Because I'm not interested in spending my fucking days farting around here, while everyone makes up their mind whether they want to do it or not."Paul waited, but he got no response. It was far from the worst moment they would go through in those days.
But it wasn't that simple."I don't think you could have broken up four very strong people like them," Ono said later, "even if you tried.
So there must have been something that happened within them – not an outside force at all." Indeed, the true causes were much closer at hand.
"I knew that we were in trouble then," Lennon later said.