London, July 1 : Sir Paul McCartney has divulged details about his rows with late fellow Beatle George Harrison on their tour and how despite the fights the two still remained friends.
In a 13-page tribute in Uncut magazine, Macca told of their time together before George died of cancer in 2001.
The 66-year-old Fab four member revealed that he ticked the guitarist off for playing over his vocals on Hey Jude and George "took umbrage".
But such trivial disputes did not come in the way for their friendship and they went along well till death tore them apart.
"We held hands. It's funny, even at the height of our friendship, as guys, you'd never hold hands," The mirror quoted Macca, as saying.
He added; "I sat with him for a few hours when he was in treatment about 10 days from his death. It was lovely, really lovely. He was my little baby brother, almost."