Published: Fri, June 22, 2018
Culture | By Wayne Carr

Paul McCartney Joins James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

Paul McCartney Joins James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

Fortunately, the Late Late Show host found a tour guide in Sir Paul McCartney, who joined Corden for an across-the-pond edition of Carpool Karaoke on Thursday night.

Image: Sir Paul and James Corden in Penny Lane. "Just let it be.'" McCartney recalled.

Eventually, they end up at a pub to give the locals "the surprise of their life", Corden said. "Can you please, please help me?"

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The singer then went on to share a bit of background on the origins of one of their most uplifting songs, "Let It Be", off the band's final studio album in 1970.

"I got a fucking text from him [the next day]", he said.

When the 18-time Grammy victor explained to Corden that The Beatles' "Let It Be" was inspired by a dream he had about his mother, the late-night host started tearing up.

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After getting back in the vehicle - where Corden tried out a few classic Beatles looks, from the moptop wig to the Sgt. Pepper uniforms - they ended up at a pub. "I had to text him back and was like, 'No dude, that's not what we meant.' What we were trying to say was it was uncomfortable to sit in a auto and try to sing our own songs".

Paul directed James to the road he immortalized in song, Penny Lane, whose famous sign they autographed.

"Your music is so full of positivity and joy and a message of love and togetherness, I feel like it's more relevant now today maybe than it's ever been", the comedian told McCartney, who replied, "We expected it to last 10 years, but it keeps going on and on and on, and it keeps being relevant".

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The rocker demonstrated how his music sounded better in the toilet - "the acoustic chamber" - while also showing where he and bandmate John Lennon would write songs. "And I remember them playing that". Said Corden, "I think this is an afternoon none of us will forget".

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