Paul McCartney's favorite Beatles song?

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Paul McCartney's illustrious career spans over six decades. During this time, he has been the mastermind behind the vast majority of his music, either writing solo or collaborating with various artists like his first wife Linda, his Wings bandmate Denny Laine, and occasional collaborators such as Michael Jackson and Kanye West.

His most celebrated work, undoubtedly, was with The Beatles, with songs credited to Lennon/McCartney, regardless of each member's individual contribution.

When asked about his favourite song he's written, McCartney often hesitates to choose, but if pressed, he leans towards "Here, There, and Everywhere."

He reminisces about writing the song while waiting for John Lennon during their writing sessions. McCartney would spend the time by Lennon's swimming pool in Weybridge, London, strumming his guitar and crafting melodies.

Reflecting on the iconic line "changing my life with the wave of a hand," McCartney ponders its origins, whether inspired by a royal wave or the transformative power of love.

Despite his attention to lyrics, McCartney sees them as a means to support the song rather than stand-alone. He describes songwriting as following a trail of breadcrumbs, letting the song guide him.

Regarding the music and vocals, McCartney draws inspiration from Fred Astaire, admiring his dancing and singing abilities.

"Here, There, and Everywhere" was released in 1966 on The Beatles' album Revolver. It showcases McCartney's timeless songwriting prowess.
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