Interesting Facts About Paul McCartney, The Beatles
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At the end of the song "A Day in the Life", The Beatles, recorded whistling ultra sound that can only be heard by dogs. The sound was recorded by Paul McCartney for his Shetland sheepdog. Want to know more interesting facts and unique? Here's Interesting Facts About Paul McCartney:
There are more than 2,500 versions of Yesterday by Paul McCartney, making this song the most recorded songs by other singers in history. This song music composed before his verse. Paul uses the word as scrambled eggs, before he found the word "Yesterday" when he was writing this song.
"Hey Jude" was composed by Paul McCartney in his car when he visited Julian, John Lennon's son who was depressed because of his parents' divorce. Paul wrote this song for delighted him.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr left-handed. Paul holds a position Hoffner bass guitar left-handed, and Ringo, with left-handed, beating his drum in the style of the original.
Paul McCartney wrote the song "Lovely Rita, Meter Maid" for the album The Beatles, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", after getting proof of parking violations from a parking attendant named Rita at Abbey Road, London.
In the city of Krakow, Poland are "kindergarten Paul McCartney". In kindergarten, the children learn English through songs McCartney.
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