Times does indeed heal wounds.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Paul McCartney reflects on his career as a member of the Beatles and says he and John Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono, are in a good place.
Ono has long been blamed for breaking the band up after she became involved with Lennon. McCartney said the group didn't do well with her constant presence back then.
"We weren't sexist, but girls didn't come to the studio -- they tended to leave us to it," he said. "When John got with Yoko, she wasn't in the control room or to the side. It was in the middle of the four of us."
But McCartney said his "big awakening was, if John loves this woman, that's gotta be right. I realized any resistance was something I had to overcome."
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