The Beatle also talks about worrying, songwriting, and how even his famous bandmate was insecure
He’s a rock star, a music legend with dozens of platinum albums — a Beatle. But even after more than 50 years behind the microphone, Paul McCartney still has self-doubt.
“I think if you care about what you’re doing, if you really want to get it right, then you’ve got to deal with insecurities,”correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi in the video above. “It’s what makes it right.”
In a candid, wide-ranging interviewMcCartney admits a few things. For starters, he doesn’t know how to read or write music — surprisingly, none of the Beatles did.
When it comes to handling his stardom, McCartney says he won’t take a selfie with people who approach him, though he will chat with them.
Given the number of people who stop him on the street, McCartney must have a lot of chats