Readers' Poll: The 10 Greatest Solo Beatle SongsYour picks include 'Band on the Run,' 'Instant Karma' and 'What Is Life'
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10. Paul McCartney and Wings - 'Live and Let Die'
The 1973 movie Live and Let Die was the first James Bond film with Roger Moore in the lead, but it's really best remembered for the theme song by Paul McCartney and Wings. McCartney wrote the track after reading the Ian Fleming novel and brought in Beatles producer George Martin to produce it. It was their first time working together since the Beatles split. The bombastic song was a hit all over the world, but it couldn't get past Number Two on the US Billboard Hot 100. Believe it or not, "The Morning After" by Maureen McGovern stood in its way. The song has been played at pretty much every McCartney concert of the past 30 years, and Guns N' Roses turned it into a big hit in 1991.