Haglund wonders —way back in the early '60s — which
Beatle Twyla was going to marry. One would guess today that John was her
favorite Beatle, just on the strength of style and resemblance:
But looks can be deceiving. And let the truth be
known, every girl wanted Paul. For the sake of fairness to the group, girls
divvied the Beatles up because, well, everyone could not marry Paul.
Girls who were a bit far from being conventional beauties
often were drawn to Ringo for his nose or George for his incisors and rail-thin
physique. There was a Beatle appropriate for every girl to marry.