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In the mellow love song, the former member of The Beatles sings about how he fell for the woman whom he tied the knot with last fall.
In his next studio installment, the former star of The Beatles will pay tribute to some 'classic standards' he grew up listening to in his childhood.
Meanwhile, the former Beatles star and his new wife Nancy Shevell are all smiles when spotted leaving their St John's Wood home where they held their post wedding party all night long.
The ex-member of The Beatles will make his first-ever gig in Abu Dhabi on November 13 and run 9 more concerts before wrapping it up in his hometown.
Around 30 guests including friends and family witnessed the couple tying the knot at Old Marylebone Town Hall.
Words are, the former member of The Beatles is set to marry his fiancee before 30 guests on October 9 at London's Marylebone Register Office, the same venue where he married his late first wife Linda.
Words on the street are, the former Beatles member will tie the knot with fiancee Nancy Shevell in a small, intimate wedding at his farmhouse in Sussex, England.
After ex-wife Heather Mills claimed that a journalist from the Mirror Group admitted to hacking into her phone messages, the former member of The Beatles calls it 'horrendous violation of privacy'.
The documentary which details the 9/11 benefit concert will air as remembrance of what happened ten years ago on the morning of September 11.
Paul McCartney was given a hero's welcome upon arriving in Peru on Sunday, May 8, as thousands of fans gathered at the airport to catch a glimpse of The Beatles legend.
Paul McCartney is set to forgo a lavish wedding by marrying his fiancee Nancy Shevell in a simple courthouse ceremony.
Sir Paul McCartney proposed to his girlfriend Nancy Shevell with a sparking diamond ring worth an estimated $650,000 (GBP406,250).
Sir Paul McCartney is engaged to wed girlfriend Nancy Shevell, according to a U.S. report.
The telethon performance which featured the 'Mmmbop' trio, Michael Stipe and more bands has appealed for viewers to donate to the American Red Cross and help victims in Japan.
Along with Adele, George Michael, Susan Boyle, and many more celebrities, they were rallying in an evening of performances and skits to raise million dollars for a donation to Africa.