The 12 Weirdest Paul McCartney Songs

Explore the mad-genius side of the silly-love songsmith

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"Famous Groupies" (1978)

The sound of this track, from the Wings album London Town, is straightforward – midtempo rock built around an acoustic guitar. And most of the lyrics are just silly. The way the song gets its passport stamped for Bizarroland is the monologue at the end: "Ladies and gentlemen, those magnificent examples of female pulchritude and luminosity, direct from their global perambulations to the very boards of this supremely magnificent proscenium arch – ladies and gentlemen, I give you famous groupies!"

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