When I’m Sixty-Four

And now for a musical interlude but the Fab-Four.

When I’m Sixty-Four was written by Paul McCartney in 1966 as a tribute to his father and the music of the thirty’s. Sir Paul McCartney is now sixty-five and strangely divorced. He now has four grandchildren and is a vegetarian who loves lambs. He is one of Britain’s wealthiest men and could possibly have his way with most women.

The song When I’m Sixty-Four first appeared on the Sargent Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band Album, which was later rated as the most influential album of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Please note that Rolling Stone is a magazine, The Rolling Stones is a band and rolling stones is something people do in Bedrock, and sometimes in bed.

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