As Yankeefan said, this setlist for this very imtimate show is very disappointing. But as I have also said, the time for Paul to have truly shaken up the setlist was the beginning of the "Got Back" tour. Paul and Band had plenty of time to give the true fans a lot of new songs compared to what you did prior to Covid and during the 2018-2019 tours.
Hate to say it and I've said it before...Paul is just "mailing" this tour in. Very little preparation in my opinion. Paul is in a very good situation. He realizes that he is going to "sell out" regardless of what he plays mainly for nostalgia reasons. People want to see him for "bucket list" reasons. He still gives a very good show for first timers and casual Beatle fans. He is a consumate showman. But for the "true fans" who have stuck by him during good and bad times throughout his long career and who have continued to buy his Solo albums etc. it's disappointing to say the least.
As I have said after seeing the "Got Back" Setlist this past April, he and his great band should have done 3-4 songs from his newest album (Mccartney 3). On top of this, he should have rotated a few (and might I add better songs) from his great Eghpt Station album instead of playing the same Egypt Station songs (e.g. Fuh You and Come On to Me). How difficult would that have been? As several us have said on your own Website, how about a couple of real surprises from your so underrated and great Solo career like "Little Willow" or "Early Days" that have never been done previously. We're also not against you adding a couple of Beatle songs you haven't done previously. A song like "Rocky Raccoon" or "I Want to Hold Your Hand" would have been a great surprise for everyone.
As Yankeefan has said, I too have given up. At one time (2002 or 2005 tours)I thought Paul was the greatest live performer (up there with Bruce Springsteen) but not any more. I know he's 80 but he's still a workaholic and gives almost 3 hour shows but please Paul give us at least some effort in improving your Setlist. As I have said, I don't expect a major shakeup to your setlist. Yes I know you have to play a lot of Beatle songs to the casual audience and first timers but give us the "hard core" fans some surprises. Give us a tasty amound of your latest songs but not the same songs. You are so prolific you don't have to play the same songs. Add some new ones from Egypt Station and McCartney 3.
Paul you still are my favorite musician and songwriter but this current "Got Back" Setlist is "lame" compared to all the great songs you are still writing. But it takes a little effort to give the "true fans" a better show. It's not that your not working hard but you have to showcase your unbelievable talents. It takes a little more rehearsing so the true fans can hear great songs that you continue to "not play. I would think for your own legacy you would want to play more newer songs instead of playing the same old , same old.
A frustrated old fan who still loves your new music.