That’s just one thing Paul McCartney revealed in his Twitter chat–the correct spelling of a lyric that more than a hundred million people have sung out loud. Right before they sang, among the strings, “Sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun.” But, you know, the sun don’t come. McCartney, on the other hand, seems perpetually sunny. It’s a disposition that may have hurt him among rock fans who prefer their heroes angry and dissolute, but people will be singing ‘Yesterday’ long after The Ramones and Jim Morrison are forgotten–like it or not.
Cheerful people like Sir Paul even sing in the shower. In his case he likes to saturate a theme with choices like ‘Singing in the Rain’ or ‘It’s Raining Men’ or “Waterfalls’. As for that GooGoogAJoob? The Beatles were so prescient the practically named our #1 search engine 40 years ago.
.@ShawndelleD In fact because I happen to wear a walrus head in Magical Mystery Tour – I am the nearest any of use came! GooGoogAJoob!
— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) October 20, 2014