I must say Im enjoying Flaming Pie, its very familiar with me now
My favourite track is Young Boy, it sounds like a Beatle song to me except the harmonies don't sound like Lennon or Harrison. Its a great song though, it puts me in mind of Handle With Care with the rhythm and general feel of the song, I don't really care for the refrain, the repeated 'find love....find love....' a bit too sugary and poppy that particular bit, but I like the verses, George's song wins out for me though.
Used to be bad sounds more like a Steve Miller song than a McCartney song to me, just a jam sort of song really over a groove/riff.
Nice song about Lennon and him, The Song We Were Singing, nothing spectacular but decent. (I like its in Waltz time)
Little Willow could've been on the White Album I guess, I read its about Maureen Starkey who had recently died, its very touching, well crafted.
Im not keen on the title track or the one he wrote with Ringo ...'Really Love You' or 'If You Wanna'
The World Tonight is interesting in that if it had sort of ELO orchestrations it would sound like an ELO song, maybe Paul used Jeff Lynne because he helped George create a good sounding record with Cloud Nine which became a hit and one of his better albums. Anyway I can imagine Jeff singing this with all the ELO bits added. (slurpy cello's and violins)
Somedays, yes, a great song not much to say about it, just a great McCartney Ballad, not keen on George Martins stuff on there though, maybe its just me but Id have preferred more acoustic guitar than orchestrations, a touching poignant song about Linda who didn't have long at that stage.