Nancy R wrote:
^ George was singing about the girls who hung around outside Apple at 3 Savile Row. I shouldn't have called Paul's groupies at his London home by that name. They did get in (She Came In Through The Bathroom Window) and stole stuff like a pair of his trousers! He confronted them and they admitted to it, but he couldn't believe how they actually did it! So they showed him how they got his ladder and climbed up to the bathroom window! 😂
Have you seen this cartoon? It's a parody of the type of "young ladies" that used to hang around Paul's house in 1967-1968, especially the ones that flew in from the US. Not all were this extreme of course, but... still interesting... I'm definitely not the groupie type at all, but if I had visited London and been outside his home for a moment, and was "invited inside" I would have been content just to scrub his toilets and do any cleaning or laundry, take Martha for walks, and perhaps make him an egg salad sandwich... an "Apple Scrub" not Scruff... and still would have been a great memory!
Not judging Paul at all... I mean, he had so much fame to deal with... and I'm sure it would have been difficult for ANY single man to resist all that attention. I think it must have been a confusing time for him, but feel he wouldn't have liked that lifestyle for much longer, and was seeking something more stable. 0nce he met Linda and was totally committed though, things changed 100%.