I have it on his best of Dark Horse DVD, or something along those lines. Now, I have to go check and see the correct title. It's called George Harrison the Dark Horse Years 1976-1992.
He talks about how he was originally going to call the song When We Were Fab because it is "gramatically correct" but he decided that When We Was Fab just had a nicer ring to it and as a little joke.
I like the song, I like that it's sort of George's take on their life in The Beatles, as well as George's usual spiritual wisdom lines, if that makes any sense at all. I love the Indian vibe at the end.
The video is simple , but I think really good for the time period and the technology they had back in the 80's. What I noticed, I don't know if anyone mentioned this in another thread. But there is a man that walks past the screen, he's wearing like a tan coat, look closly to what he's holding in his hands. A record, but not just any record. John Lennon's Imagine album. The person holding it is supposed to stand for Paul.
It doesn't get me really, really sad. It is a little sad, but I don't get sad over the Beatles breaking up, or them not being together. I think that's why this song isn't really sad for me, I do find it a little sad because of the whole remeniscent factor, but theres other songs that get me sadder.