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Why Julian Lennon has a “love-hate” relationship with the song

After all these years, Julian Lennon admits that “Hey Jude,” the song Paul McCartney wrote for him, got under his skin.

Lennon, the son of the late John Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia, who died in 2015, shared his thoughts on the song on the “Club Random with Bill Maher” podcast last week.

You can watch the discussion on YouTube:

When Lennon, a musician and photographer, told Maher he was embarking on a memoir, the host suggested a film version, with an opening “grabber” shot of McCartney arriving at the home of the boy and his mother to write “Hey Jude”.

“It is your grabber,” Lennon responded, and said he had a “love-hate” relationship with the song, the Los Angeles Times reported. The outlet used some of the song’s lyrics as puns in its story, suggesting that “the sad song” didn’t “make things better” for Lennon.

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