Ringo Starr Quotes

That’s all drugs and alcohol do, they cut off your emotions in the end.

I love the second side of “Abbey Road”, where it’s all connected and disconnected. No one wanted to finish those songs, so we put them all together and it worked. I think that piece of that album is some of our finest work.

Of course I’m ambitious. What’s wrong with that? Otherwise you sleep all day.

With “Sgt. Pepper”, I felt more like a session man because we were interested in making an “album” with strings and brass and “parts”. Everyone says that record is a classic, but it’s not my favorite album.

I felt I was playing like #@$%. And those three were really getting on. I had this feeling that nobody loved me; I felt horrible… You know that to play in a band you have to trust each other. (The White Album)