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Let 'Em In by Wings
Album: Wings At The Speed Of SoundReleased: 1976Charted:
Paul McCartney "shouted out" to several of his relatives and friends in this song: his aunt ("Auntie Gin") and brother ("Brother Michael"), the Everly Brothers ("Phil and Don"), Keith Moon ("Uncle Ernie") and his famous former bandmate ("Brother John"). His reference to "Sister Suzie" was a reference to Linda, who once recorded a song under the name "Suzie And The Red Stripes." (thanks, Ken - Louisville, KY)
Along with "Silly Love Songs
," this was one of two singles released from the Wings At The Speed Of Sound
album. A catchy, nostalgic song, it caught on with listeners and helped the album reach #1 in America, the fourth consecutive Wings album to do so.