No, that headline isn't a politically incorrect stab at the Asian dialect, but a head's up for tomorrow (Thursday) night's Wings Over The Basement show, featuring members of Guilty Pleasures and The Long Players unearthing the catalog of Paul McCartney & Wings, along with other gems from Macca's solo career.
Now, mind you, this Wings show has been the subject of controversy here at the Scene offices, with some of us (me included) defending the band's merits while other Scene staffers were seen projectile-vomiting into their circular files.
More incredibly insightful analysis (and the classic Paul McCartney joke) after the jump.
So the joke goes like this:
When did Paul McCartney write "Silly Love Songs"?Yeah, there was some sappy drivel in there, but who can argue with "Live and Let Die"? "Maybe I'm Amazed"? "Jet"? Or "Band on the Run," which is really two or three great rock songs tied together?
The answer: 1963 to 2007.
This is my right
A right given by God
To life a free life
To live in freedom
Talkin' 'bout freedomSung to the tune of "Stand by Me"
I'm talking 'bout freedom
I will fight
For the right
To live in freedom.