Paul McCartney opens up on his struggles with John Lennon's death.
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McCartney said he just couldn't process Lennon's death, adding that it was too deep.
The legendary musician said at the time people were appearing on TV discussing Lennon's importance, he couldn't do it because he "couldn't put it in words."
Lennon was killed outside his apartment home on December 8th, 1980.
He was killed by a The Beatles fan named Mark David Chapman.
Chapman had his copy of Lennon's "Double Fantasy" album signed by the music star earlier that day.
McCartney said he came up with the opening chords for his 1982 track "Here Today" while grieving Lennon.
He's currently promoting the Disney+ documentary "If These Walls Could Sing," which is dedicated to Abbey Road studios, where the "Beatles" recorded all their albums.