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Paul McCartney wrote this about he and his wife Linda. When The Beatles were breaking up, it took on new meaning as a gesture of affection from Paul to John Lennon.
Lennon and McCartney sang together on this. At the time, most of their songs were written by and contained a lead vocal from one or the other.
This is mostly acoustic. It contains some electric guitar and no bass.
This appears twice in the movie Let It Be, the first time as a duet by John and Paul.
Lennon whistled on the fade-out.
VH1 used the title for a fictional movie about Lennon and McCartney getting together in the '70s. This was the first original movie VH1 made. Others they produced include movies about Meat Loaf and Def Leppard.
Other notable songs McCartney wrote for/about Linda: "My Love," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Calico Skies," "Warm & Beautiful," "Golden Earth Girl," "Some days," "She's My Baby," "Long Haired Lady," and "The Lovely Linda."
See a photo and learn more about Paul and Linda in Song Images
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