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Paul McCartney Opens Up On John Lennon's Biggest Fear

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Beatles legend Paul McCartney has revealed that bandmate John Lennon suffered from insecurity.

During a 60 Minutes Overtime with correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi, the legendary bassist opened up about his own insecurities and also shared that Lennon also suffered from self-doubt.

"It doesn't matter how elevated you get or your reputation gets, you still worry about things," McCartney told Alfonsi on the broadcast.

He revealed that Lennon had also felt uncertain about his own legacy.

"I remember him once particularly strangely, out of the blue, saying, 'I worry about how people are going to remember me,' " McCartney reveals. "And I was like, 'John listen to me, look at me. You're going to be remembered as one of the greatest people.'"

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