Paul McCartney Adds Song Titles to 5-Second Beatle-esque Clip

by Alisha Jackson

Update: Paul McCartney just added 67 song titles to his 5-second clip:

Maybe I’m Amazed
Heart of the Country
Warm and Beautiful
Listen to What the Man Said
Dear Boy
Silly Love Songs
The Song We Were Singing
Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
Early Days
Big Barn Red
Another Day
Flaming Pie
Jenny Wren
Too Many People
Let Me Roll It
Live and Let Die
English Tea
Mull of Kintyre
Save Us
My Love
Bip Bop
Let ‘Em In
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five
Calico Skies
Hi, Hi, Hi
Band On the Run
Sing the Changes
Arrow Through Me
Every Night
Junior’s Farm
Mrs. Vanderbilt
Say Say Say (2015 Remix)
My Valentine
Pipes of Peace
The World Tonight
Dance Tonight
Ebony and Ivory
Fine Line
Here Today
Winedark Open Sea
Beautiful Night
Queenie Eye
We All Stand Together
Coming Up
Too Much Rain
Good Times Coming/Feel the Sun
Goodnight Tonight
Baby’s Request
With a Little Luck
Little Willow
Only Mama Knows
Don’t Let It Bring You Down
The Back Seat of My Car
No More Lonely Nights
Great Day
Venus and Mars/Rock Show
Temporary Secretary
Hope For the Future

The list only contains songs that were recorded by Paul McCartney outside of his Beatles career. Do we smell another reissue?

Original article:

Paul McCartney just posted a cryptic 5-second audio clip to his official Twitter account, and it’s driving everyone and their mother (it was also posted to Facebook) up a wall. Take a listen to the audio below.

The clip immediately reminded us of The Beatles, due to its jumbled up LSD-inspired sound. Could it contain clips of all the Beatles songs McCartney is rumored to be finally securing his rights to? WZLX’s morning show producer, Michael Mayer, stepped in to help us answer the question.

After slowing down the clip, playing it in reverse, and cutting it up, he learned exactly what we knew when we first heard the clip. Nothing. “It sounds like they went out of their way to make it very hard for sound engineers to figure out,” Mayer said. “It sounds like they ‘digitized’ it to make it hard to make out.”

WZLX’s production director, Kevin Quinn, also tried deciphering Paul’s audio, and made a video to show his findings. Watch him break down the audio below.

Although we wish it were as simple as that, Paul’s clip clearly isn’t “All My Loving” jumbled up. But Quinn’s findings did support our theory about it containing clips of vintage Beatles tracks. However, McCartney is also rumored to be working on a new album, so perhaps it could be clips from new tracks, as Quinn sarcastically mentions at the end.

Unfortunately, we can’t rule out the date Paul tweeted it, either. He sent it out on March 29th, which is only three days away from April Fools. Luckily, we think Paul’s too nice to pull something like that!

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