The legendary Paul McCartney of Beatles says his partnership, working relationship and personal bondings with the late John Lennon is something beyond words can describe. He simply termed it "irreplaceable".
The 74-year-old musician mourns the loss of his friend and partner late John Lennon and thinks he can never have such a smooth harmonization with any another song collaborator again.
"I don't think it could be. At some point, you have to realise, some things just can't be. John and me, we were kids growing up together, in the same environment with the same influences."
He also said that, demise of his friend late John Lennon is not only a great personal loss to him, but a loss to the entire world and the whole music genre. He believes, this loss can never be compensated at any cost.
"He knows the records I know, I know the records he knows. You're writing your first little innocent songs together. Then you're writing something that gets recorded," said McCartney.
"Each year goes by, and you get the cooler clothes. Then you write the cooler song to go with the cooler clothes. We were on the same escalator - on the same step of the escalator, all the way. It's irreplaceable - that time, friendship and bonding." He concluded.