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Wed, Jul. 1st, 2009, 11:15 pm
On competing with one-self:

Paul McCartney was asked if he ever compared his works that he now does with what he did when he was with The Beatles. He said that the only reason he can still write songs is that he stops himself from doing that. If he finished something and said things like, "Well, it's not Eleanor Rigby", he would no longer be able to write anything.