Paul McCartney Runs Through Beatles Classics in Liverpool on Supersized 'Carpool Karaoke'

Paul McCartney Runs Through Beatles Classics in Liverpool on Supersized 'Carpool Karaoke'

Paul McCartney joined Corden in Liverpool for a "Carpool Karaoke" session that is not to be missed!

Paul McCartney and James Corden visit Penny Lane in Carpool Karaoke. McCartney also related a story about a dream he had in which his late mother told him everything would be all right and that he should "Just let it be", which became the inspiration for the song "Let It Be".

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They ended up in a pub, where some local imbibers were treated to a live performance from McCartney with a backing band performing "Hard Day's Night", "Obla Di Obla Da", "Love Me Do", and "Back in the USSR". "And I felt so sort of great and boy - it's going to be great, she gave me the positive words". The duo went on to sing the Beatles' hit "Drive My Car" before Macca and James discussed the first songs they wrote. "Just let it be, '" McCartney said. "She gets up and she starts playing this song and it sounds familiar and I'm kind of a little bit out of it and I'm looking at my wife like "I know this song what is this song.'" As it turns out, Swift was playing Foo Fighters" "Best Of You". Watch his memorable Liverpool tour with Corden above. Despite this being his first trip back since living there decades ago, Sir Paul was still able to navigate the home easily and shared tales of playing songs for his father in the living room, recording audio in the bathroom and donning fake mustaches to, unsuccessfully, sneak by fans crammed on the lawn as the Beatles began their rise to superstardom. They finished up with "Hey Jude", for which Corden was invited up on stage to sing along.

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