The Beatles: WATCH John Lennon and Paul McCartney lampoon their songs in Let It Be session

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The Beatles: WATCH John Lennon and Paul McCartney lampoon their songs in Let It Be session

It was 50 years ago this year that The Beatles released their final album in Let It Be and split up. The iconic album was recorded in January 1969 at Twickenham Film Studios in what became known as the Let It Be Sessions. Now in an amusing unearthed clip, fans can see John Lennon and Paul McCartney lampooning some of their hits together with silly voices.

The pair are seen messing about near George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono.

Lennon and McCartney start by singing I’ve Got A Feeling as Paul goes “woooo” a few times.

Before John puts on a low, slow voice and starts singing the classic Help!

Paul then starts joyfully shrieking random words into the microphone.

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Back in January, a lucky few were about to see several minutes of the movie at the Universal Music showcase at Grammy Weekend.

According to Variety, Apple Records chief Jeff Jones spoke of how the original Let It Be documentary that tied-in with the album was considered to be a “depressing look” at the end of The Beatles.

But having hired Jackson to make a new movie, the executive said: “We have created a brand-new film that will attempt to bust the myth that the ‘Let It Be’ sessions were the final nail in the Beatles’ coffin.”

The outlet reported: “It’s brighter both visually and spiritually, with many, many shots of the Beatles joking around, making fun of each other, singing in silly accents and generally indulging in vintage Moptop hijinks.”


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