In Case You Didn’t Know – Paul McCartney Was In The Beatles

Paul McCartney
One on One Tour
Barclays Center
September 19th

Dude, Paul McCartney!!  He was in The Beatles!!!  OK, we’ve been here before!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I’ll spare you the JOing over Paul, but Paul LIVES!!!!  And I’ll give him a pass for singling out Jimmy Fallon in the audience and wishing him a happy birthday, even though Jimmy Fallon sucks and doesn’t deserve to have anything celebrated

Anywho, last night was the first time I’ve ever heard any Beatle sing ‘All My Loving’ OR ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ live!!!!  

OK, one more time…

PAUL MCCARTNEY WAS IN THE FCUKING BEATLES AND HE LIVES AND HE BREATHES AND YOU CAN BE IN THE SAME ROOM AS HIM AS HE DOES ALL OF THIS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SINGING BEATLES SONGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for being yourself Paul, and giving so much of yourself to the rest of us.  We are not worthy

Setlist – A Hard Day’s Night / Junior’s Farm / Can’t Buy Me Love / Jet / All My Loving / Let Me Roll It (followed by ‘Foxy Lady’ jam) / I’ve Got a Feeling / My Valentine / Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five / Maybe I’m Amazed / We Can Work It Out / In Spite of All the Danger / You Won’t See Me / Love Me Do / And I Love Her / Blackbird / Here Today / Queenie Eye / New / Lady Madonna / FourFiveSeconds / Eleanor Rigby / I Wanna Be Your Man / Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! / Something / A Day in the Life (with Give Peace a Chance snippet) / Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da / Band on the Run / Back in the U.S.S.R. / Let It Be / Live and Let Die / Hey Jude

EncoreYesterday / Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) / Helter Skelter / Birthday / Happy Birthday to You / Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

 

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mission accomplished Azealia Banks! I now know who you are!

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photo by James K.W. Atherton for The Washington Post

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