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“The traditional story claims John said, “I want a divorce” in Sept ’69 and that’s what spelled the end of L/M,: because John wanted out. It is a defining moment, but not in the way it’s framed. I think IF it was the end, it was because that was when Paul disengaged.“If I Ran Ep 1

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“John was trying to renegotiate but because he hit so hard, and chose the words he did, he overplayed his hand and really hurt Paul. So Paul took him seriously and began to disengage and extricate himself from the Beatles.”  -If I Ran Away From You: Ep 1, pt. 1

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