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I'll leave it to your imagination." Also best left to the imagination is one of the paintings, entitled "Bowie Spewing". In 2003, The British music magazine Q says Paul Mc Cartney was once addicted to cocaine for a year before wife Linda helped get him free.
Mc Cartney is quoted as saying, "I was lucky to have Linda, because there were certain things I was going off on and she could pull me back, like drinking and drugging and getting crazy."K from Toronto, if you weren't being sarcastic which I don't think you were, you are the one who isn't wise if you believe that this song is all there is to Paul Mc Cartney!
Paul and his brother were also not allowed to go to their mother's funeral and were not told where she was burried!
Paul's brother Michael says that right after their mother died Paul became depressed and withdrawn,and obsessed with playing his guitar.
I've read that there's only one thing Paul does right handed - playing drums - and he does everything else left handed.
Now Phil Colllins, Ian Paice of Deep Purple and Bun E.
As I already pointed out in my posts below Paul has always been mostly a brilliant music compose,singer and musician more than a lyric guy although he can and has written some great lyrics!
So weird - as I type this Don Mclean's American Pie is playing on radio - I'm told it's about his reactions and feels of despair on hearing news that Buddy Holly (whose music rights Paul owns) had died in a plane crash. JUST TO CLEAR UP SOME SUBJECTS:* 'Wingspan-hits and history' is indeed very good.Paul Mc Cartney, on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), placed a full-page ad in the Louisville Courier-Journal Thursday (July 24, 2003) critical of the practices of fast food giant KFC, who are headquartered there.Said a company spokesperson, "Paul Mc Cartney is a music legend and he's entitled to his opinion, but we think he's misinformed.The procedure, which opens up the arteries to allow greater bloodflow, was reportedly done at a private London clinic and was described as "routine" (40,000 are done in the UK alone every year). Calling it, "a vital part of local community life," Paul Mc Cartney is helping those waging a campaign to save his one-time post office in Liverpool.Paul had his brother read a statement of support outside the post office Tuesday (November 20, 2003) that said, "Its 100-year history should not be cast aside lightly.