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Thursday, June 24, 1976

Party in Beverly Hills

Last updated on May 13, 2020


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  • Location: Beverly Hills, USA

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During a party in Beverly Hills, Paul McCartney met with Michael Jackson for the second time, and told him he had written a song for him:

We shook hands amid a huge crowd of people, and he said, ‘You know, I’ve written a song for you.’ I was very surprised and thanked him. And he started singing Girlfriend to me at this party. So we exchanged phone numbers and promised to get together soon, but different projects and life just got in the way for both of us and we didn’t talk again for a couple of years. He ended up putting the song on his own album London Town

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From beatlephotoblog.com – PARTY WITH MICHAEL JACKSON TO CELEBRATE THE END OF THE 1976 TOUR

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