Paul McCartney Breaks Down His Most Iconic Songs | GQ

The Beatles legend Paul McCartney runs GQ through his 60-year career, including I Lost My Little Girl, Yesterday, I Saw Her Standing There, And I Love Her, Eleanor Rigby, A Day in the Life, Hey Jude, Helter Skelter, Blackbird, Let It Be, Hi Hi Hi, Here Today, Jet and I Don’t Know.

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Paul McCartney Breaks Down His Most Iconic Songs | GQ


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22 thoughts on “Paul McCartney Breaks Down His Most Iconic Songs | GQ

  1. What a nice person. So many rock stars seem to think they need to act too cool and sullen and bored to be just a nice person (and maybe they aren't). And it's great that Ring Starr has been married to the same woman for decades and they're still crazy about each other.

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