Which book harihead?
The Beatles Off The Record Volume 2: The Dream Is Over - Keith Badman
The "cute" reference is from October 2, 1997. Paul is speaking about Many Years From Now
, his official biography. "I got this reputation of being the balladeer, the one who's into love. I was called 'The Cute One'. Well, I can tell you that when I went home I wasn't cute at all." (and goes on talking about John.)
On Friday, April 17, 1998, Paul talks about losing Linda. It's a very moving article. This tiny little extract simply tells me a little bit about what I think his arguing style was, particularly as Linda said earlier she hated arguing. He's referring to counseling he had, which was unusual in England at the time, but as his wife had been American and he knew some of these people, he thought he'd give it a whirl.
"It was mainly to get rid of some of my guilt. When anyone you love this much dies, one of the first things is that you wish you could have been perfect for every minute of every day. But nobody is like that. I would say to Linda if we were arguing, "Look, I'm not Jesus Christ, you know. I'm not a saint. I'm just some normal man. I'll try to do something about it but that's who I am, that's who you're married to." So I had quite a bit of guilt and probably still have. You remember arguments and when you're married you don't remember them quite so much. You just get on with the next day and as long as you don't have too many arguments and they're not too bad, you figure that it evens itself out. But when someone dies, you only remember the arguments in the first couple of weeks and the moments when I wasn't as nice as I would have wanted to be. So I needed counseling with that and I found it really helpful."
Dark Phoenyx, I agree with you about Heather and John. I actually feel Yoko had less to do with the breakup of the Beatles than the Beatles did. Both John and George wanted out; it was only a matter of time.