Karen from Manchester, NhI've loved the album "Ram" since day one - the whole album is great. My 6-year-old daughter recently discovered Sir Paul and is a fan now, too.
Harold from San Bernadino, CaA great little tune----i think it conveys that, shall i say, melancholy time right after the Beatles split-up. the lyric is simple yet thought-provoking.
Dante from Hudson Falls, NyPaul Mac does not suck. He happens to be one of the most innovative bass players of all time. He also played drums on 'Birthday", "The Ballad of John and Yoko", and other Beatle tunes. He can do it all. "Ram On" isn't a monster hit but as Adelaide said, it's simple and beautiful.
Christy from Palm Springs, CaThis song is beautiful and I love it. Another one of those "hidden treasure" songs.
Nady from Adelaide, AustraliaThis song is beautiful, its so simple and pretty and it gives me tingleys when I hear it. beautiful man *sigh*
Ian from Lethbridge, CanadaHow could you say this song is about nothing? He's saying "Ram On (Ramon), give your heart to somebody", saying that he should move on with his life and with Linda, his newly-found love. I thought he said it in a very clever way. This is a very beautiful song, and it sucks that people always seem to want more from him, rather than judging him on what he actually is.
Alisa from Franklin, Withis song is good. i don't know why people don't like it.
Rob from Vancouver, CanadaAnthony sucks and so does his commentary.
Anthony from Lodi, NjPaul sucks and so does this song. He writes about nothing as John Lennon writes lyrics that actually means something. John later made fun of this song and album in the revengeful song "How Do You Sleep?".
Barry from New York, NyFeatures some tasty electric piano.
Greg from Victoria, CanadaLove Paul but that one is just plain bad.
Dennis from Chicagoland Burrows, IlI love Paul and beautiful Linda!
Claudio from SÃ£o Paulo, BrazilPaul and Linda sang the tune while shooting Hope of Deliverance video in 1993 in England. Paul strummed the banjo instead of the ukelele this time. Claudio Dirani
Claudio from SÃ£o Paulo, BrazilJust would like to add that Dixon Van Winkle was the engineer who taped the song at the Studio 2 at Columbia Studios, New York. He miked Paul's voice, ukelele and feet. The percussion beat youi listen on the track are Paul's feet work. Claudio Dirani (the one who contributed above) :-)