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Years passed, bringing with them great changes for me.Recognizing this, I turned and cursed God for casting upon me a burden greater than I could bear--cursed Him bitterly, and from within came a whisper that there was nothing there to curse.He's excited about the TV special tonight, Live Kisses, in which he performs songs from his last album of standards Kisses on the Bottom, a mischievous title which is actually about signing kisses on a letter, a line from the opening number, “I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter.” In a stylish black-and-white film, he performs as vocalist with no guitar, alongside Diana Krall on piano, a top jazz band and guest stars Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder.But we talk also (unusually for him) about his family, about John Lennon and The Beatles in the early days, about his happiness with his new(ish) wife Nancy, but also about the darker side to that era of innocence, the current clamour over Jimmy Savile, child abuse and inappropriate sexual relationships with adolescent girls in the Sixties and Seventies.I used, very cruelly, to give flies to my spiders, and they, fat and well fed, would spin their webs.

If you have watched a You Tube video in the past few weeks, you have probably heard a fragment of the album’s title track.Mc Cartney had a three-year relationship with Dot Rhone in Liverpool, buying her a gold ring in Hamburg.In London, Mc Cartney had a five-year relationship with Asher, living in her parents' house for three years.English musician Paul Mc Cartney had numerous relationships during his early life in Liverpool, and during his time with the Beatles.He was engaged to Dot Rhone, actress Jane Asher, and married three times: to Linda Eastman, Heather Mills and Nancy Shevell.