Sir Paul McCartney has opened up about how he nonetheless feels the presence of his late Beatles bandmate and buddy, George Harrison.
The 78-year-old singer has mentioned that George’s spirit now inhabits a tree on the entrance to his property and that Sir Paul says “Hello George” to him day-after-day.
Sir Paul mentioned that when George handed away in 2001, on the age of 58, his spirit “entered” a large fir that he had been gifted by George, and that offers him consolation to know he can converse to his buddy anytime he desires.
Talking about how the tree on his Sussex property acts as a reminder of George, Sir Paul mentioned: “George was very into horticulture, a very good gardener, so he gave me a tree as a gift.”
Sir Paul continued: “It’s a giant fir tree and it’s by my gate.
“I get out of the automobile, shut the gate, lookup on the tree and say, ‘Hello George’. There he’s, rising strongly.”
Sir Paul is presently using excessive on the high of the US Billboard chart along with his new album, McCartney III, which was recorded in lockdown with the Beatles star taking part in all of the devices.
Talking additional about his connection to George by means of the enormous fir, Sir Paul mentioned: “It’s pretty. He gave it to me — I simply planted it.”
The singer continued: “However then, because the years go by, each time I take a look at it I am going, ‘That’s the tree George gave me’.
“George has entered that tree, for me. I hope he’s pleased with that.”
Being an evergreen tree, it is going to act as an emblem of their eternal friendship, that has endured since they met within the 1950s/
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