Katie. I have a cat, Gurgi. I have two pet mice. They don't sing and have never made me a dress for the ball, but I like them and sometimes we sit and nibble on crackers together. I enjoy making things. I am a vegetarian. My boyfriend is pretty ginchy. Bada-bing.
“I’m Looking Through You” composed by Paul for the album “Rubber Soul” in 1965. It was about an argument he had with Jane Asher.
“As is one’s wont in relationships, you will from time to time argue or not see eye to eye on things, and a couple of the songs around this period were that kind of thing. This one I remember particularly as me being disillusioned over her commitment. She went down to the Bristol Old Vic quite a lot around this time. Suffice to say that this one was probably related to that romantic episode and I was seeing through her façade. And realising that it wasn’t quite all that it seemed. I would write it out in a song and then I’ve got rid of the emotion. I don’t hold grudges so that gets rid of that little bit of emotional baggage. I remember specifically this one being about that, getting rid of some emotional baggage. ‘I’m looking through you, and you’re not there!” - Paul McCartney