Paul McCartney Sings Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

Paul McCartney Sings Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

Paul McCartney Sings Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

They also visited the rock star's childhood home.

After getting back in the vehicle - where Corden tried out a few classic Beatles looks, from the moptop wig to the Sgt. Pepper uniforms - they ended up at a pub.

"Hi, I'm Paul McCartney", he said (needlessly) introducing himself to the homeowner. "Can you please, please help me?" (Corden's newest Carpool Karaoke features McCartney.) Grohl talked about being a little kid and learning how to play guitar by listening to Beatles records, and shared that he still gets nervous whenever he jams with McCartney.

"So I wrote the song 'Let it Be, ' [and it was] about positivity", he added. As McCartney walks around his old home, he tells the story of how his dad thought the song She Loves You should have the chorus of yes, yes, yes instead of the famous yeah, yeah, yeah.

The 76-year-old former Beatle delighted viewers with a tour around his hometown of Liverpool along with an iconic trip to Penny Lane.

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Throughout their journey, he pointed out notable landmarks from his youth, including a church where he was once in the choir. They also stopped by the barber shop mentioned in "Penny Lane" and mingled with excited fans along the sidewalks. The entertainer performed "A Hard Day's Night", "Love Me Do" and "Back in the U.S.S.R." before inviting Corden on stage to sing "Hey Jude" as the finale.

He agreed, saying: "We expected it to last 10 years, but it keeps going on, and on, and on".

He recounted the story of how he came to write Let It Be, saying a dream of his mother had inspired the song.

When the 18-time Grammy victor explained to Corden that The Beatles' "Let It Be" was inspired by a dream he had about his mother, the late-night host started tearing up.

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