"Just something about that boy."
As I stood front of my favorite Beatle the only thing I could think of was that his contact lenses looked like they hurt him. He smiled and stuck out his hand and without thinking, I rested my right arm on top of his left while we shook hands! “John, ” I said, “are your contacts bothering you?” “No,” he answered. I got the distinct feeling that not too many people had asked that question. Undaunted I plunged on, “I have them too!” I confided.He leaned closer and stared searchingly into my eyes. “Are your bothering you?” he said with a straight face. “No.” I stammered and then we both laughed. “They’re good aren’t they?” John said seriously and I could only nod, not trusting my voice. “But your eyes are prettier then mine.” John said and to my dismay unwanted tears rolled down my cheeks. “Hey” John said with a slight laugh. “Don’t cry or they’ll wash away!” I smiled through my tears as I blurted, “John you’re my favorite.” He smiled warmly, gave my hand a final shake and said, “You’re my favorite”. The Girl Who Got To Meet The Beatles – Datebook Magazine Winter 65/66
AND LETS NOT FORGET HOW HELLA CUTE JOHN LOOKS
"We are surrounded by all of these lights
And people who talk too much
You’ve got that kind of look in your eyes
As if no one knows anything but us"
Maybe we should take a ride, through the night
And sing along to every song that’s on the radio
In the back of the taxi cab in Brooklyn oh no no
On 14 April 2009, George Harrison received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, with Olivia, Dhani, Paul, Tom Petty, Tom Hanks and other friends present.
"George, this day is for you." - Olivia Harrison in her speech at the ceremony