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McCartney makes some digs at Heather Mills on upcoming album.

It looks like Paul is doing some therapy through art these days.  We knew this upcoming album would be a heartbreaker of sorts, but it sounds like McCartney is working through some of his recent relationship demons with the latest body of work. We’ve read about secret messages to his lost true love Linda McCartney, we’ve speculated about that sound the album, and now we have this news bit that he hits back at Heather in the best way that our song master know how.

With every news report I’m liking Memory Almost Full more and more.  I know that we all have only heard one track so far, but this is shaping up to be a McCartney classic in a hurry.  May is going to be a long month.  I can’t wait for its release.

Here’s what we’ve read.

Sir Paul McCartney is taking a dig at estranged wife Heather Mills via his new album.

The lyrics of some of the songs are reportedly full of thinly-veiled digs not only at Mills, but also the couple’s break-up that though starting out ‘amicable’, quickly turned into one of the nastiest divorce battles in the entertainment world.

In one song called ‘Mr Bellamy’, the Sun reports that Macca has a message for his estranged wife when he sings:

“No one to tell me what to do, no one to hold my hand….Nobody here to spoil the view, interfere with my plans….I like it up here without you.”

In another song, a dark one about death titled ‘End Of The End’, Macca gives a picture as to how he would like to be remembered.

“On the day that I die I’d like jokes to be told, and stories of old to be rolled out like carpets that children have played on and laid on while listening to stories of old,” Macca croons.

In what is being seen as another pot-shot at Mills, Macca has titled his album ‘Memory Almost Full’, which happens to be an anagram for ‘For My Soul Mate L.L.M’, a reference to his first wife Linda Louise McCartney, who died of breast cancer in 1998.

The album will be McCartney’s first release on Starbucks’ Hear Music label and is set for release in the United States on June 5, 2007.

Source: SAWF News


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