Riding On A Bus
-Before we hear another song fellows, there is a few things I'd like to ask you.
First of all, do you ever get tired of being Beatles?
-Get so tired now, get a bit a lonely now.
-Rhythm, who's that? Blues.
-We don't think so, really.
-You don't ever think that?
-Just occasionally, you get cheesed off with people writing rubish about you, which you get often.
-Yeah, I agree with that. I've had a divorce and a half a dozen kids.
-Now what do you, uh, well, I mean doesn't, isn't this a big sort of drag to go
around explaining to your wife that you're not divorced and all that sort of things?
-No, she knows I'm not divorced, 'cause I keep seeing her every day, you see?
-Yeah, that's a point, but what about the simpler things of life. Like, uh...
-Like riding a bus.
-Yeah, or going to just about any restaurant you can find?
-Well, yeah, you miss those sort of things.
-We go to certain ones.
-And we go to ones where the people there are so snobby. They're the type who pretend
they don't know us, so we have a good time, 'cause they pretend that they don't know us.
-Yeah, that figures.
-See, Joe's Cafe.? Social common that, you know.