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Then in September 1968 Paul rang me out of the blue and asked me if I fancied coming over to England. He said The Beatles were recording an album and that I should just show up. I was still carefully preserving my independence so I waited a while and then bought my own ticket and boarded a plane for London. I just wanted to see what would happen.
The evening I arrived I went straight to Paul’s house and when Paul came back home early in the morning he told me that they had just recorded a song of John’s called “Happiness Is A Warm Gun”, which he was thrilled with.
From then on I started going over quite regularly to Abbey Road where they were recording what became known as The White Album. I was just Paul’s girlfriend then and I didn’t want to intrude too much. I was very shy and I didn’t want people to think I was taking advantage. That’s why I never took as many photographs as I could have done.Linda McCartney – from “Linda McCartney’s Sixties“, 1992
Linda came to London, leaving his daughter from a previous marriage in New York. She would travel back to New York, with Paul, on October 20, once the recording of the White Album was over.
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