Reporter: What do you think of the American girls opposed to the British girls?
George: They're the same, only they speak with an accent.
Reporter: What have you seen so far that you like about our country?
Reporter: What do you do when you're cooped up in a hotel room between shows?
George: We ice skate.
Reporter: Do you have any advice for teenagers?
John: Don't get pimples.
Reporter: Ringo, why do you wear two rings on each hand?
Ringo: 'Cause I can't get them through my nose.
Reporter: You and the snow came to Washington at the same time today. Which do you think will have a greater impact?
Ringo: The snow. We're leaving tomorrow.
Reporter (to Ringo): Why do you think you get more fan mail than the other Beatles?
Ringo: I don't know. I suppose it's because more people write to me.
Reporter: What would you do if the fans broke through the police barriers?
George: We'd die laughing.
Press: Are you afraid military service might break up your careers?
John: No. There's no draft in England now. We're going to let you do our fighting for us.
Press: Are you going to have a leading lady for the film you're about to make?
Paul: We're trying to get the Queen. She sells in England, you know.
Press: Can we look forward to any more Beatle movies?
John: Well, there'll be many more, but I don't know whether you can look forward to them or not.
Press: Did you really use four-letter words on the tourists in the Bahamas?
John: What we actually said was 'gosh'.
Paul: We may have said 'heavens!'
John: Couldn't have said that, Paul. More than four letters.
Press: Do you ever think of getting a haircut?
Paul: No, love. Do you?
Press: Do you fight amongst yourselves?
John: Only in the mornings.
Press: Do you like topless bathing suits?
Ringo: We've been wearing them for years.
Press: Do you plan to record any anti-war songs?
John: All our songs are anti-war.
"That guitar is okay but you'll never make a living with it" -John's Aunt Mimi
We thought that if we lasted for two to three years that would be fantastic." -Ringo Starr
"I am alive and well and unconcerned about the rumors of my death. But if I were dead, I would be the last to know." -Paul McCartney, 1969
"I'm a tidy sort of bloke. I don't like chaos. I kept records in the record rack, tea in the tea caddy, and pot in the pot box." -George Harrison, 1969
"I am not the Beatles. I'm me.Paul isn't the Beatles...The Beatles are the Beatles. Separately, they are separate." -John Lennon
AND NOW THE QOUTE THAT BASHED IT ALL. "Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue with that; I'm right and will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first - rock and roll or Christianity." - John Lennon in a 1966 interview
"As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot." -John Lennon
"Nobody controls me. I'm uncontrollable. The only one who can control me is me, and that's just barely possible." -John Lennon
"At the beginning I was annoyed with [John], jealous because of Yoko, and afraid about the breakup of a great musical partnership. It took me a year to realize they were in love."-Paul McCartney
"Now Daddy is part of God. I guess when you die you become much more bigger, because you're part of everything." -Sean Lennon, December 1980 "I can't tell you how much it hurts to lose him. His death is a bitter cruel blow. I really loved the guy." -Paul McCartney, Dec. 1980
"I hope the fans will take up meditation instead of drugs."- Ringo Starr, 1967
"There's a woman in the United States who predicted the plane we were traveling on would crash. Now, a lot of people would like to think we were scared into saying a prayer. What we did actually--we drank." - Ringo Starr, 1966
"The only way you can better John is by copying him exactly."-Yoko Ono
"The nicest thing is to open the newspapers and not to find yourself in them."-George Harrison
"I'd like to end up sort of...unforgettable." -Ringo
"Those of you in the cheaper seats, clap your hands. And the rest of you just rattle your jewelry." -John
"All You Need is Love" - The Beatles
"I now realize that taking drugs was like taking an aspirin without having a headache." -Paul
"We never write anything with themes. We just write the same rubbish all the time." -John
"I think the French girls are fabulous." -Paul
"Us, communists? Why, we can't be communists. We're the world's number one capitalists. Imagine us communists!" -Paul
"And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make."-The Beatles
"I'd like to say thank you on behalf of the group and myself and I hoped we passed the audition." -John Lennon