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Sir Paul McCartney recently released his latest album, McCartney III
Sir Paul McCartney reveals how he still talks to his late Beatles bandmate George Harrison.
During a chat with NPR, the singer said he still talk to George Harrison through a tree— Geoge passed away in 2001 of lung cancer.
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“George was very into horticulture, a really good gardener. So he gave me a tree as a present: It’s a big fir tree, and it’s by my gate,” McCartney said.
As I was leaving my house this morning, I get out of the car, close the gate and look up at the tree and say, ‘Hi, George,'” the 78-year-old said. ''There he is, growing strongly … It’s lovely,'' he said adding that whenever he looks at the tree, ''I go, ‘That’s the tree George gave me.''
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''George has entered that tree for me. I hope he’s happy with that,'' he added. McCartney also spoke about John Lennon, ''I’m often thinking of him. I dream of him,” he said of Lennon.
Meanwhile, the 78-year-old star recently released his latest album, McCartney III and is among the first global superstars to be inoculated.