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Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that it was difficult having Yoko Ono sit on the recording sessions of the Beatles, but that he never blamed her for the group's subsequent split.

Talking to Sir David Frost for his Al Jazeera interview programme, Sir Paul remembered: "She would sit in on sessions and you'd have to try and get your mind round this. Our girlfriends or wives wouldn't have done that, and it was an unspoken rule, you wouldn't sit in on the session, so Yoko was doing this. So I think it created uncomfortable moments."

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But he said he would remind himself that "John's in love with this woman, this is not an ordinary relationship" and let it go.

And he didn't blame the conceptual artist who became Lennon's second wife for the Beatles going their separate ways, »


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