The Beatles saw issues with a lot of things. If the team weren’t struggling to come together with their creativity, they were struggling to get on. The introduction of Yoko Ono into John Lennon‘s life certainly caused some issued between him and Paul McCartney, but the fab four were unfortunately forced to deal with many things during their careers.
Over the course of the Beatles’ careers, Lennon and McCartney – who were usually best of friends – struggled to keep their friendship together.
A few instances of bickering left them almost unable to work together, at one point.
Thankfully, they eventually made up, bringing them together before the band split completely.
Despite this, McCartney did one reveal what he and Lennon spoke about in their final phone conversation.
“‘It’s not 1956, and turning up at the door isn’t the same anymore. You know, just give me a ring.’”
Although these were some stern words, Lennon continued by saying it wasn’t meant in such a terrible manner.
“He was upset by that,” he went on. “But I didn’t mean it badly.
“I just meant that I was taking care of a baby all day, and some guy turns up at the door.”