Best Songs by Paul McCartney
You hear his voice and you instantly feels like you're feeling the same like he does... He is a Master Class. He gets people involved in the song and that's the reason everyone loves him... I was really amazed when I heard him for the first time :-p
His best solo but developed during his time with the Beatles. Best solo is Band on the run. Fantastic beginning to end and not a silly love song.
Played at my wedding and a song I never get tired of listening to. Absolutely love this song!
Absolutely amazing. What else to say. My top favorite. Indeed, of all time.
I remember when this song first came out on 45 RPM vinyl record. I couldn't get a copy for many weeks at the store. Over and over the clerks said they got some in but were already gone. Compared to the other music at the time it was a miraculous song, a MONSTER! Every major T.V. talk show HAD to have the
Beatles play it live on their show which was THE status symbol of that era. It created a sense of sophistication in Rock and Roll never before present.
If this list deals with any song he wrote, whether with the Beatles, Wings, or solo, this is the best song he wrote. One of the most iconic songs in popular music history. It can have so many different meanings and interpretations, even though we all know why he wrote the song. The greatest song that involves audience participation, and probably one of the top 5 greatest rock songs ever written.
Hey Jude is a lyrical piece of art which is undoubtedly one of the greatest Beatles songs. Don't think I've ever heard such a heartfelt, yet catchy sing along.
What! This song is awesome and easy listening! This should be in top 5
Whenever The Beatles played live there was screaming throughout their songs. The exception was this song Yesterday. You could hear a pin drop when McCartney took the stage.
When McCartney hit the last note normal service resumed and the crowd screamed once more.
50 years on and McCartney still gets the same reaction when he sings the song at his concerts. The audience is in awe of the song.
This song has 2 records that still stand today. Yesterday was the most remade song between 1965-1986. Remade over 1,600 times. Yesterday and You've Lost That Loving Feeling have been played on American radio more than any other songs.
There's a reason it's one of the most covered songs in history. The melody and lyrics pull at the heartstrings of anyone hears it. It taps into the loneliness and insecurities we all can identify with
Brings tears to my eyes. I listen to it and for three minutes I am taken to a different place. A masterpiece of sound.
The perfect song structure. The best example of using different kinds of music
Just listen to it, and be free! ! !
Paul is simply awesome.
Like, 3 songs in one!
This vote is supposed to be of his solo songs, what is wings and Beatles doing in here..
Possibly the best James Bond theme song.
Live and let die... Doo doo doo doo
This song was in shrek 2
One of the great masterpiece by paul mccartney, this simple yet powerful song instills one with hope that though in the darkest of time, we should search for a silver lining and just relax, let it.
Let it be is amazing my dad says it is a masterpiece and I agree I have grown up around this music it is awesome nothing like Miley Cyrus or jz the difference is nothing beats this and everything beats that both are great!
My favorite beetle: all of them hahah
So tired of this song. So overrated, so simple, so boring.
A poetic statement on loneliness, isolation, life and death... The sum of one's life. One of the MOST unique and ground breaking compositions in rock's history. An amazing ARTISTIC statement in a music that had NOT been considered ART prior! The Beatles, through McCartney, found a new sophistication and depth with Eleanor Rigby. Paul's "story in a song" approach was never more vividly realized! Haunting melody atop a classical string quartet..."Ah look at all the lonely people"... As Paul suggests we ALL should "look" more often... We nee dent look too far as McCartney reminds on Eleanor Rigby! A masterpiece!
By far the best Beatles song and the best Paul Maccartney song. I love the sting in it.
The best Paul McCartney in my opinion. Amazing harmony and the instruments all perfect played. In this song McCartney sings fantasticly and his lyrics are very good. I would recommended as the best with no hesitation.
An absolute obscure gem from his better solo period. He did justice with it when he started to play the song live on latest tours.
One of the best McCartney song of his solo career.
The best, a total climax
Sir Paul's best! Also, this page should ONLY have Paul McCartney's solo songs and his songs with Wings. Beatles songs should stay on the Beatles page.
Great up-beat Rock/Power Pop song from 1973. Probably my favourite Paul McCartney song, he did this single with The Wings.
Just ahead of 'Live and Let Die' and 'Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five', this is the best song of his Wings/solo era.
Had it stuck in my head for weeks. An excellent example of McCartney's genius. Words can't describe
A classic duet with Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney himself
A combination of both legends of our time who will never be replaced again for sure
If you think Lennon and McCartney were worst enemies and they didn't care about each other, listen to this. This is a underrated masterpiece. This should get more attention from Lennon fans, and one of my favourite songs of all time.
A heartfelt song to John Lennon after his death. definitely a higher contender.
This song to me is the 7 years of the Beatles put into a Medley, this sums up the feelings of Happiness and Hardships endured to reach this point and that even in the final moments of the Beatles, he is enjoying every second and putting everything into the last 10 minutes of Beatles life from She came in through the Bathroom Window, all the way through to End, the Medley is the Symbol of what the Beatles Achieved in just a few years the change in music itself.
Best part of the Medley is the "Golden Slumber's Fill your Eyes, Smiles await you when you rise" So strong and Powerful
I love this song, but this song does not start at Golden Slumbers. It goes all the way from You Never Give Me Your Money to The End. Although you almost couldn't count it then because John wrote three tracks in the middle and this is a Paul McCartney list. Any way, I love this song and I love Abby Road and I love music. God bless you all.
This is the best rock opera. This concept is what they where going for on Sgt.Pepper.Imagine these 6 songs between "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" and "Sgt.Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)" on Sgt. Pepper Album.
Nothing beats abbey road
Best lyric, best melody, best production!
Wings were so cool. They could do proggresive rock epics in the late 70's. When punk was trying to destroy prog, Pink Floyd and Wings showed whos boss.
Love this song. Great guitar.
Great Proggresive Rock from the 4th greatest band of the 70's. Long Live Wings
What a great song.
A MIRACLE composition... Dark yet light, seemingly effortless melody woven between D and Dm... Arguably one of THE BEST lyrics McCartney has ever written. Fool On The Hill is based on Paul's personal feelings of isolationism YET once again Paul broadens the tone somehow and includes ALL OF US! Written in an era when many social, political, artistic and religious leaders were breaking new ground AGAINST the odds and against THE established "norm"... Fool On The Hill could easily be construed as an empathetic observation of the plight (s) experienced by Gandhi, MLK, Malcolm X, RFK and Jesus Of Nazareth. (not to mention The Beatles themselves) Fool On The Hill clearly expresses the frustration of one who is gently preaching to a reluctant, if not hostile "flock". The tone of world events "SEEM" to have filtered into this personal song's narrative in a poignant manner... Paul's live presentation of Fool On The Hill during the "Tripping The Live Fantastic Tour" lends validation to this ...more
What I believe to be of the most natural and true songs ever written! True brilliance was put into this song.
Fun Fact: Paul McCartney was at a party and he heard the song God Only Knows, by the band The Beach Boys, off their album Pet Sounds, and the song impressed him as one of the most beautiful songs ever made (he might have used some of those words exactly) That night he went home and wrote Here, There, and Everywhere.
Harmonies, melodic, uplifting, nostalgic... My favorite song ever... Does not get the recognition I feel it should
1968 - The first heavy metal song.
With this song paul prove the he not only wrote ballad, but he can write some loud and dirty music