Paul McCartney dead in 1966?

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  1. Andres

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  2. diegaa

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    lots of photoshop there.
    What a bunch of crap.-
     
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    Ah-ha! So THAT explains "Silly Little Love Songs."


    [size=+1] "What's wrong with that??..., I'd like to know, 'cause here I go.....again....."[/size] ......puke
     
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    Hahaha....must agree...this song is widely used by physicians inplace of syrup of ipecac
     
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    Wow that was one of the dumbest things I've seen.
     
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    Don't forget "Ebony and Ivory"...double puke
     
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    Duly noted.

    Some other "classic" McCartney hits:

    - "Listen to What the Man Said"
    - "Let 'em In"
    - "Only My Love (Does it Good)"
    - "With a Little Luck"
    - "Girlfriend" (Paul at his worst)
    - "The Girl is Mine" (recorded with Bill Tilden's grandson)

    That said, the guy (unfairly) did get the short-end-of-the-stick (post-Beatles) and in fact was a brilliant musical talent. The crap above unfortunately was what a lot of "music critics" solely focused on in addition to some of his sappy 'Beatles' numbers (e.g. "Wild Honey Pie").

    But to his credit, McCartney did take the high road (post-Beatles) and didn't engage in the snide, spiteful snippings of a bitter John Lennon. McCartney usually bit his lip and on the rare occassion that he tried to correct some musical journalist's "facts" he would be flammed as being jealous of the "dead legend" Lennon; an impossible no-win situation for the 'cute' Beatle. An example of McCartney not getting his due: (though sung by Lennon, it was McCartney who wrote the music to the haunting Beatle classic "In My Life").

    Back on-topic (regarding Paul's "many" deaths):

    End of "Strawberry Fields Forever" .... "I ... buried .... Paul ..."

    one of rock's better hoaxes.
     
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    ....and let's not forget - " Turn me on dead man."
     
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    And the fact Paul was barefoot on the cover of Abbey Road!!!!!!!

    We need to sick Stormy on this story immediately!!!!!!. ;o)

    Dedans, you forgot Uncle Albert; Platinum Puke!
     
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