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Paul gets back to where he once belonged
« on: January 29, 2012, 04:11:09 PM »

The Globe and Mail
January 28, 2012
Paul gets back to where he once belonged

When you consider who Paul McCartney might be jealous of, the list seems rather short. Nelson Mandela? Mick Jagger? God? He doesn’t have a lot of rivals in the most-beloved, putting-smiles-on-people’s-faces-for-50-years category. So the answer’s a bit of a shock, because it turns out that the person Sir Paul is fretting over is Rod Stewart.Yes, the king of tight pants and young wives, that Rod Stewart. It seems that for years McCartney has wanted to record an album of standards, but each time he thought about it, he backed away, because you-know-who had been there first.“It’s difficult when you use old songs, like Cheek to Cheek or The Way You Look Tonight,” said McCartney, talking to reporters last week in London. “Rod Stewart’s done them all. That’s really why I didn’t do the album – I though, Rod’s already done all the songs!”

Life is what happens when your busy making other plans. John Lennon


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