Nod Your Head

Album: Memory Almost Full (2007)
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  • McCartney explained to the Mail on Sunday that "The End Of The End" was going to be the last track on the album, but because it's a song about death, he was concerned that after hearing the album, listeners would be left on a downer. So he stuck this "little stompy rocker" on at the end. McCartney added: "I think it's good to talk about difficult subjects and then to get off it and just rock out."

Comments: 2

  • Chris from Keene, NhOdd. I thought it was a nod to oral gratification. As in, "if you really loved me, you'd ...."
  • Ken from Louisville, KyI think there's a little send-up here of the 80's heavy metal slogan "bang your head". It's Paul's may of saying that he's too old now to bang his head, so a simple nod will do.

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