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I came this world to rock and roll✌🏼️#newborn #thebeatles #thealps #happybirthdaypaulmccartney

happy 74th birthday @paulmccartney 💕🎸🎤🎹🎈 #happybirthdaypaulmccartney

OMG HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL!!! you are such a huge inspiration to me and i love you with all of my heart 💕💕 words cannot describe how much you mean to me anyways i hope you have a fantastic birthday and many more to come!
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Happy birthday Paul! ❤️ #happybirthdaypaulmccartney

🌻😍😘😌😁 • Happy birthday Paul u were always the cute one in the group #happybirthdaypaulmccartney #loveyou #thebeatles #beatlelove #hippie 😛🔥😌🌞🌻

Feliz cumpleaños a éste genio de la música, gracias por todo lo que haces, ojalá seas eterno 💕 #HappyBirthdayPaulMcCartney


It's been 16days since Sir Paul McCartney 74'th birthday. and because i can't fit 16 or 74 facts on the timeline so here it is! 3 facts about him. and again Happy birthday Sir Paull!!!

🎵The Beatles - Helter Skelter

3. His First Instrument Was Not A Guitar

The first musical instrument Paul played was the trumpet. His first trumpet was a gift from his dad for his 14th birthday. But Paul soon traded the trumpet for a guitar. You can't sing while playing the trumpet. •

2. He’s A Good Drummer

Although John Lennon most likely never actually said that Ringo was the second best drummer in the Beatles, it’s probably true. Paul is a natural musician so it’s not difficult for him to pick up an instrument and figure it out in a short amount of time. He played the drums on “The Ballad of John and Yoko” because John wanted to record it the day he wrote it and no one else was around. Paul played drums on “Back In The U.S.S.R” and “Dear Prudence” because Ringo had momentarily quit the Beatles. Good career move, by the way.

Paul also played all the drum parts on the Wings album “Band On The Run.” No less then Keith Moon praised it before knowing it was Paul who did it. Sir Paul even played on Steve Miller‘s “My Dark Hour” so, if your drummer bails at the last minute, you could do a lot worse then having Paul McCartney sit in.

1. He Never Felt In Competition With The Rolling Stones But With Beach Boy's

For years the music press would write about a supposed competition between The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The competition never existed. If it did then why would Paul and John Lennon give the Stones one of their songs, “I Wanna Be Your Man” to record? They wouldn’t. The man who Paul felt he was in competition with was the Beach Boy’s Brian Wilson.

Both men were bass players and both did most of the composing of their own band.

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Ayer no me conecte :'v
Pero más vale tarde que nunca.
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Happy Birthday dear "Paul& #34; (if I put Paul in quotes why you can be Faul 🤔) anyway, thank you for all those beautiful songs that you recorded with the other four, and also congratulate you on your solo work (very good) I love you, and hope that when you come back to Chile're better than ever and not so expensive coppers! Jaja💜👏🏻☺️ #HappyBirthdayPaulMcCartney

Say say say again!

Happy Birthday Sir Paul McCartney Party in Japan.

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