The 12 Weirdest Paul McCartney Songs

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

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"Wild Honey Pie" (1968)

The Beatles' records are chockablock with sonic experiments that have become utterly familiar over the decades – for example, backing McCartney's "Yesterday" with a string quartet. This one-minute White Album track still sounds bizarre, though. McCartney remembered, "I just made up this short piece and I multitracked a harmony to that, and a harmony to that, and a harmony to that, and built it up sculpturally with a lot of vibrato on the strings, really pulling the strings madly."

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