You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one.

I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one.

A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.

If The Beatles or the 60's had a message, it was 'Learn to swim. And once you've learned - swim!'

Nothing is real.

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It's all in the mind.

I thought of nothing else but rock 'n' roll;

apart from sex and food and money--but that's all the same thing, really.

I've heard that while the show was on there were no reported crimes, or very few. When The Beatles were on Ed Sullivan, even the criminals had a rest for ten minutes.

I realized that kids everywhere go for the same stuff;

and seeing as we'd done it in England, there's no reason why we couldn't do it in America too.

It's all too much.

Lots of people who complained about us receiving the MBE received theirs for heroism in the war --for killing people. We received ours for entertaining other people. I'd say we deserve ours more.

We've been on our peace gig, as we call it, for a year solid.

And people say, 'Do you think it's having any effect?' I can't answer that. It's like asking me in the Cavern, 'Are you gonna make it?' In the back of my mind I thought, I'm gonna make it, but I couldn't lay it on the line. And I think that peace is more tangible than Beatles.

I think when I was a kid, and I was in England and it was all about The Stones, The Who, The Kinks and The Beatles and that's what my dad was into.

The Beatles will exist without us.

The Beatles saved the world from boredom.

Imagine the thrill for us going on the Ed Sullivan Show, especially when they told us it was the biggest show ever. I still remember one of the producer guys coming into our dressing room just before we went on and saying

We went to Central Park in a horse-drawn carriage.

We had this huge suite of rooms at The Plaza Hotel, with a TV in each room, and we had radios with earpieces. This was too far out.

The Beatles, Paul, John, George and Ringo have done more for the fall of Communism than any other western institution.

Mr. and Mrs. McCartney are vegans, and what they stand for is the complete elimination of the killing of anything that is breathing.

The Beatles exist apart from my Self.

I am not really Beatle George. Beatle George is like a suit or shirt that I once wore on occasion and until the end of my life people may see that shirt and mistake it for me.

Somebody said to me, 'But the Beatles were anti-materialistic.

' That's a huge myth. John and I literally used to sit down and say, 'Now, let's write a swimming pool.'

Maybe 'Can't Stop Feeling' and 'Turn It On' we'll just release as singles.

It's a thing The Beatles used to do which I really loved, the idea of releasing something as a single completely on its own.

The first time I heard The Beatles, I cried. It was 'Let it Be'.

I'm like, 'Would you be the person in the room that would boo when Dylan went electric? I know I wouldn't. Or are you the person that left The Beatles after 'She Loves You,' or 'Drive My Car?' You weren't on board for 'Revolution 9' or 'Day In The Life,' were you?'

I knew all this Beatles music. I knew the songs phonetically. It was like my whole experience of that music was out of focus, and somebody put the perfect glasses on me, and all of a sudden I could see everything.

Every night I fell asleep to a different Beatles album.

So I'm very familiar with the Beatles; Ringo was my favorite Beatle until I grew up and then changed. I made the switch over to George Harrison just in time to regain my cool.

I don't have an iPod. I don't get the whole iPod thing. Who has time to listen to that much music? If I had one, it would probably have Sinatra, Beatles, some '70s music, some '80s music, and that's it.

I feel that Jane's is really a vibe and a time.

It wasn't like we were the Beatles. We didn't have crafty pop songs where it sort of didn't matter who played them because they're just really great songs.

You know how the Beatles broke off - they all did their solo projects and they came back together and they were even stronger!

The Beatles mean so much to so many people, you know? Everybody has at least one song of The Beatles that's one of their favorite songs of all time.

We idolized the Beatles, except for those of us who idolized the Rolling Stones, who in those days still had many of their original teeth.

Beethoven and Beatles, Mozart and Michael Jackson, Paganini and Prince - I like them all.

The biggest break in my career was getting into the Beatles in 1962.

The second biggest break since then is getting out of them.

That incident ruined my reputation for 10 years. Get one Beatle drunk and look what happens!

I went over to say hi to Rob and he introduced me to Wayne and Fred.

I had made a radical purchase of some brown Beatle boots. Wayne was like 'Where did you get those boots! Who is this guy?

And I said, 'Why not? It's the truth! Why can't I say I'm a Beatles fan?' I used to get criticized for that.

We were very influenced by The Beatles, no question.

Living is Easy with Eyes Closed.

When I was a kid, I went through a lot of musical phases, and one was when I'd learn everything that The Beatles ever recorded. After I started drums, I fell in love with their music so much that I just wanted to learn everything.

If I were in the Beatles, I'd be a good George Harrison.

With every song that I write, I compare it to the Beatles.

The thing is, they only got there before me. If I'd been born at the same time as John Lennon, I'd have been up there.

Lennon was right. And we are bigger than Jesus. We will be as big as the Beatles, if not bigger.

I liked the Beatles because there was so much melody. Jimi Hendrix is still one of my heroes.

The Beatles will never get back together and David Lee Roth will never again sing with Van Halen.

I mean, Beatles songs were two and a half minutes long, and they're fantastic.

I was still listening to the Beatles until I came here, you know.

I thought my Beatles LPs sounded pretty good on a record player, but that was before I had heard a CD.

For us... you know, we're not The Beatles.

Everybody can dig The Beatles, but why should everybody dig us?

It's in the vein, somewhere in a cross between The Beatles, Cheap Trick, The Stones, Badfinger, you know, but it's not retro at all. But it is very pop.

I would sell 2 million records, a million went to teenagers and a million went to the adults. So, when The Beatles became so popular, I lost a million to the teenagers, but I was still selling a million to the adults.