I'm sure Paul heard the word f-----k a billion gazillion times growing up in Liverpool, and that he used the word himself, often. It's what he was used to hearing. John Lennon said it many many times in interviews post Beatlehood. It must have been hard for him to restrain himself from using it and (other cuss words) in public during Beatlemania. It's like his favorite word
I heard Paul murmer the curse word "s---t" once, in a video while he walked through the halls of Abbey Road recording studio, on his way to a session. The only time I've ever heard him say that. I haven't heard him say f-----k, but I understand he sung it, in "Big Boys Bickering"? John Lennon of course famously sung the "F" word in "Working Class Hero."
I've complained bitterly about all the cussing in Hollywood movies which falls so hard and course on your ears. Shows a limited vocabulary, too.
all i did was simply call Ticketmaster at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, to procure a ticket.Was able to get one and had it delivered by a Fed Ex truck, for an extra charge. I was scared I wouldn't be able to snag a ticket but it proved to be simple and easy. I only wished I'd jumped on it much sooner and gotten much closer to the stage At first I didn't know if I'd be able to get off work to attend.
Your song is beautiful, Oliver I'm surprised, for some reason I assumed you'd have a rock song, rocking out pretty hard.
Yours is a good song, sung with passion. You probably played all the instruments.
I'll trot out my lyrics I penned and show them again.
You're welcome, Claudia She writes her own stuff, too. She's a southerner. I guess we won't see her up on stage almost naked dancing the whole time, surrounded by dancers, and lip synching
She's going to perform sometime around the first week of October in New York City with Jeff Bridges, Leon Russell, Elton John and a slew of other greats in a concert put together by T Bone Burnett They will all be on stage together performing. Will give more details after I go back and read about it again.
T Bone Burnett will have a 'revue' show in Boston too, around the end of October and I'll get the dates for you, Claudia, I think you're not too terribly far from there? Maybe you can attend There's a slightly different line up but includes many of the same, I'll find out. Burnett said he so enjoyed going out with Bob Dylan's 70s "Rolling Thunder Revue" show that he wanted to do something similar, only a lot fewer gigs.