Maureen from Calgary, AbAnother great McCartney song! I was just watching the movie Did You Hear About The Morgans, and was so pleased to hear George Harrison's song 'The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea' in it. I was absolutely elated when Dance Tonight by Paul McCartneywas also featured in the same movie!
Abbie H. from Kalamazoo, MiI love this song, its amazing and it makes me want to dance and I love Paul he will always be my favorite singer/songwriter.
Julia from Richland, WaI played this song while making lunch for myself and my younger sister, and I found myself dancing around my kitchen and singing along. I LOVE this song!!!!!
Ken from Louisville, KyPaul told an interviewer that when he called Natalie Portman to ask if she would be in the video, he introduced himself as "Stell's dad". Paul joked "It's come down to that!" meaning in some circle,his daughter is more important than he is.
Kevin from Reading , PaI didn't care much for this simple ditty when I first heard it, but it did kind of grow on me. Unfortunately, only this song and "Ever Present Past" are memorable from the "Memory Almost Full" CD from last year. I tried to like the others, but they just don't measure up. OK, maybe "Mr. Bellamy," but . . . who knows, one day I may the CD on all the way through and the McCartney magic will work its way with me once again. Wouldn't surprise me a bit!
Fall Out Boy's "The Kids Aren't Alright" song title is not a reference to The Offspring's 1998 single of the same name. It actually alludes to The Who's 1979 rockumentary film called The Kids Are Alright.