Listen To What The Man Said - Paul McCartney - All The Best! (Cassette)

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  1. All The Best! was the second official collection of Paul's greatest hits after 's Wings Greatest. It was album was preceded in the UK by a new song, ‘Once Upon A Long Ago’, Paul's fortieth single, produced by Phil Ramone and mixed by George Martin, and featuring violin by Nigel Kennedy.
  2. Listen to What the Man Said Lyrics: All right, okay, he-he-he / Very good to see you down in New Orleans, man / Yeah, here it is, yeah, yeah / Any time, any day / You can hear the people say that.
  3. – Paul McCartney, Paul McCartney: In His Own Words. Lyrics. The song is an optimistic love song. Even though love may be blind or may cause separated lovers to suffer, the singer believes that love will prevail. This is in accordance with what “the man” said. “The man” is not explicitly identified.
  4. Listen free to Paul McCartney – All The Best (Jet, Band on the Run and more). 17 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at leomabawebdidetourdupabirthlubning.coinfo
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  6. 57 minutes ago · ” The explanation for Paul McCartney’s dorky thumbs-akimbo happiness is simple: He is rigorously focused on life’s blessings, and he is as immensely grateful as he should be. As he sang in “Listen to What the Man Said”: “The wonder of it all, baby.” More from National Review. Paul McCartney’s Neglected Masterpiece.
  7. For all we know, our love will grow –that’s what the man said So won’t you listen to what the man said He said Oh–yes, indeed we know That people will find a way to go No matter what the man said And love is fine for all we know For all we know, our love will grow –that’s what the man said So won’t you listen to what the man said.
  8. Jul 29,  · Like a whole lot of other Paul McCartney songs, “Listen To What The Man Said” is all about love. And like a whole lot of other Paul McCartney songs, it’s almost maddeningly vague.

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