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Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool on June 18, 1942. He
was raised in the city and educated at The Liverpool
Institute, where he did better at English literature than
at formal music lessons—developing a liking for the
writings of Hardy, Wilde, Shaw, Dylan Thomas, Sheridan,
Shakespeare, and Chaucer.

At the age of fourteen he wrote his first song, a
reflective lament called "I Lost My Little Girl." Eight
years later he returned to the same rueful theme when he
found the words for probably his most-noted song,

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    ------ About the song Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five performed by Paul McCartney

Miss the 60's very much.We did not need cell phones,video games,the internet etc.(I know they did not exist) you get what I mean.I drove around all weekend in my 66 VW on $3 worth of gas.Thankful that I had the privlage.Bless you all!!

Who I Almost Lost | Reviewer: Martin Kilfoyle
    ------ About the song Little Lamb Dragonfly performed by Paul McCartney

This song was played often by me during the
few months I was not with my Fiance. I play
it often now to remind me what I almost lost.
"We still have a way to go," but for me, "I'd
rather live in her world, than live without her,
in mine."

"To Many People" and the Beatles | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Too Many People performed by Paul McCartney

Any combination of one without the other Beatles would never yield what we have experienced. It was the combination of these exact 4 musicians which made them the Beatles. Paul had a good head for business,a talented writer and Professional musician. Lennon was a very talented writer, musician, and major screw up. Harrison was the real guitar player of the three and did not receive the recognition he deserved. Ringo was the best of them all. One of the worlds best drummers. Lets not forget Brian Epstein,and George Martin. It was these 6 people responsible for the Beatles.

Beautiful! | Reviewer: Aaron F.
    ------ About the song That Day Is Done performed by Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney is the Father of the Ballad. This is by far my favorite song from his 1989 Flowers in the Dirt album. It is raw McCartney, at the piano with his band, wistfully and soulfully singing about the "one who got away." At least, that's how I INTERPRET it.
And just like his Beatle years, Paul continues to write the soundtrack to our lives.

great song | Reviewer: Jim
    ------ About the song Oh Woman, Oh Why performed by Paul McCartney

I think John Lennon said it to a person that was interviewing him once. "Paul does have brain", or words to that affect meaning he does know how to write and sing good songs. I think though at times Paul gets into this "i can write anything and it will be good." I guess it's ego inspired, Lennon was the same but he put more thought into his songs and his lyrics we're better.
Oh well to sum it up this is a great McCartney song overlooked because it was the B side to Another Day a piece of crap for him to write and release as a single. The words are simple as is the musicianship but very effect in conveying the blues straightforward. It still sounds good after all these years.

A message we can learn from | Reviewer: Russ Beach
    ------ About the song Too Many People performed by Paul McCartney

I grew up a huge beetles fan. When the Beetles broke up, many wondered how such talent and success could be gone. If you listen to the hundreds of hits the Beatles had, you could see a difference in personality. I was in college when the Ram album came out. Too Many People put the Beatles break-up in perspective. I always felt that McCartney was the musical genius behind the the groups success. Lennon used his talents to promote a political view point. Harrison used his to express religious belief. McCartney on the other hand used his talents to remind us of life's consequences. His lyrics left you to fill in the blanks with your own life's experience and his obvious musical talent set a mood. This is what set Paul apart as an artist. His use of music caused us to look a little deeper into ourselves. When so many use their talents to promote a personal belief or view point, McCartney used his to force you to think and formulate your own opinion.

THIS VERY GOOD... | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Daytime Nightime Suffering performed by Paul McCartney

This very good powerful important Paul McCartney song and John Lennon's even more blatant similar song from 7 years earlier in early 1972 co-written with Yoko Ono,Woman Is The Ni**er Of The World would both be very appropriate and excellent sound tracks to every hard core pornography video,web siteS and the horribly,and unfortunately soon to be released Fifty Shades of Grey (HORROR!!!!)movie!!!!

Bravo Sir Paul | Reviewer: Sparkina
    ------ About the song Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey performed by Paul McCartney

McCartney is indeed a genius, and this tune is brilliant, what with the sound effects and all, BUT, I think he is saying I'm going to REIGN, R-E-I-G-N. Like, he is singing from the viewpoint of a boy who's going to rule the house, be man of the house, now that all the adults are gone

Extremely Sexual | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Hi, Hi, Hi, performed by Paul McCartney

Really great song! You don't realize how sexual it is until you listen closely to the lyrics. Paul has always had the "Cute and Excedingly Attractive Boy Next Door Who Wants Nothing More Than to Be Charming and Lovely to You" thing going on (Which he does very well), but this song proves that he sometimes has other things on his mind as well!

    ------ About the song The World Tonight performed by Paul McCartney

This song has well written lyrics, does not include any silly little love songs-type lyrics, and can easily be sung. It has guitar riffs in the right places, repeats variations of them thru the song, and combines other instruments and percussion to create a nearly perfect song. When I think of something to criticize, I'll include it. All factors factored into this opinion, this is one of the closest songs Sir Paul has done since his Beatle days when John Lennon controlled Paul's exurberance some Beatle songs.

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