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Hey Jude voted best McCartney song
Hey Jude is the most popular song Sir Paul McCartney has written, according to a new poll.
The 1968 hit single beat other popular Beatles songs to the top spot, with Penny Lane achieving second place and Eleanor Rigby in seventh.
However, many of Sir Paul's post-Beatles hits, including Jet and Band on the Run, made it to the list as well, along with his James Bond theme Live and Let Die.
Rolling Stones readers displayed a penchant for Beatles, Wings and solo album tracks too, with White album rocker Helter Skelter for instance making it to fourth place and Oh! Darling from Abbey Road being rated fifth.
Meanwhile, Maybe I'm Amazed, a song from Sir Paul's debut solo LP in 1970, made it to the heights of third place.Posted on 23 Jun 2009 10:52 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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