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Every Night

by

Paul McCartney



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Paul McCartney wrote this song during a holiday in Greece. It spotlights the depression he suffered after the breakup of The Beatles and is a declaration of his love for Linda. McCartney recalled how the split of The Beatles affected him in Q Magazine December 2007: "You've gotta imagine having your 3 best mates suddenly be against you. And, yeah, I must admit, I hit the bottle, I hit substances. It was a very difficult period for me."
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Comments (6):

Its a great song. The music and the words.
- Paula, Laredo, TX
Paul plays all the instruments in this song. To me, it is one of his best. Believe me, momma.
- David, Youngstown, OH
Wait Paul writing dark sons?, now he is John Lennon??...LOL..Great song.
- Jim, Long Beach, CA
After getting on tbe "Beatle train" if you will (a train that, once you get on you will never get off let me tell you) I began to discover the pure amazingness of Paul's solo work. He is my favorite Beatle to this day (not that I don't adore the others because I do) and this song was one of the first of his that I fell in love with. I LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH!!!!!
- Christy, Palm Springs, CA
For me, this song is where it all really started for Paul after the break-up. I knew when I heard it that I was going to like him for a long long time, and I did. It is very raw and unrefined like a lot of his early stuff but it is none the less a grerat song
- Steve, Salt Lake City, UT
You can hear Paul playing an early version of this song on keyboards during the Let It Be sessions, Jan. '69.
- Doug, Cambridge, ON
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