Paul McCartney has said on multiple occasions that “Julia” is his favorite Beatles song by John Lennon. He has said that he loves the simplicity of the song, the beautiful melody, and the way it captures John’s love for his mother. He has also said that he feels a personal connection to the song, as he lost his own mother when he was young.
“From the Beatles era, there’s a few,” Paul shared. “You know, they always ask you what’s your favorite song. But there’s a few. ‘Strawberry Fields Forever,’ I love. ‘Across The Universe’, I love. ‘Julia,’ which is about the mom he couldn’t live with. So I love the poignancy of that because I’d been with him round to Julia’s house to visit her. And I knew how deeply he loved her. So ‘Julia,’ I would go with.”
In an interview in 2001, Paul said: “‘Julia’ is one of my favorite songs of all time. It’s so simple, but it’s so beautiful. The melody is just perfect, and the lyrics are so touching. It’s a song about love and loss, and it’s one of John’s most personal songs.”
In another interview, McCartney said, “‘Julia’ is a song that I really connect with. I lost my mother when I was young, and I know how John felt when he lost his mother. The song is so simple, but it’s so powerful. It’s a beautiful tribute to a mother’s love.”
“Julia” is a beautiful and moving song, and it’s easy to see why Paul McCartney loves it so much. It’s a song about love, loss, and the power of music to connect us to the people we love.

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