Girls' School

Album: Wings Greatest (1978)
Charted: 33
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  • Paul McCartney was concerned that the American audience wouldn't like "Mull Of Kintyre," so he put this semi-pornographic rocker on the B-Side. It did crack the US top 40, while "Mull Of Kintyre" did not, despite being a huge hit everywhere else in the world. >>
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    Ken - Louisville, KY
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Comments: 2

  • Clovis from Boca Raton, FlGreat song. If you like Junior's Farm or Hi Hi Hi, then you'll like this one.

    Drop the top, crank up the stereo and cruise the country!
  • Kevin from Reading , PaThis is a good McCartney rocker. It's a fun song withb a catchy slide guitar.
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