Another excellent topic, DaveRam! You got me chuckling. Thank you.
Okay, I will admit that all of these songs might generate a teensy little raising of the brow by even the most ardent fan. Here is my completely subjective take:
" Mary Had A Little Lamb " - I always hated this song even as a child. Paul only improved it by giving it a less obnoxious melody. While I can question his judgment in putting out this for an astonished fan base (as opposed to confining it to his home where it should have stayed), he was working with historically terrible fare, so he can't be held entirely to blame for the fact that this song continues to be terrible under his shepherdship.
" We All Stand Together " has moments of charm. Yes, it does. I like it when Paul makes forays into classical music, and this was a children's film, so burping frogs etc., however initially surprising, cannot in retrospect be all that astonishing. At some point I intend to look up the B-side to this single, which according to Wiki is "We All Stand Together (Humming Version)" performed by Paul McCartney and the Finchley Frogettes.
" Silly Love Songs " - SCORE! Absolutely hate this. It pegs my obnoxiousness meter. For whatever reason, Paul can write songs that actively irritate me, and this is one. It doesn't help that I'm likely to encounter it in the health club or grocery store, where I am forced to listen to it again and again. Give me burping frogs any day! (But not the lamb; I will take even silly love songs over that obnoxious lamb.)