I love how Paul hides behind masks with his art. Take for instance on his last album. I know how Paul swears that some of his songs are written for and about made up characters and situations, look at the song Mr. Bellamy as an example. Paul had stated in interviews that it was simply a story. No truth behind it, just a story.
Paul has always been guarded about his personal life, and but on a few occasions has let his music be a commentary on his personal side. Behind the guise of the Fireman project, it looks as if Paul has fired back a little at Ms. Mills in a bitter and public way.
- Don’t forget to check out a track from the new album as we reported a few days ago.
Here’s what we’ve read.
Sir Paul McCartney launches a thinly-veiled attack on his former wife Heather Mills in a new song, it’s been reported.
‘Nothing Too Much/ Just Out Of Sight’, is the opening track onthe former Beatles’ forthcoming album with side project The Fireman.
Sir Paul apparently “screams his way” through the song, which includes the lyrics: “The last thing you do was to try and betray me/ In new morning light/ I’ll never forget it/ And that’s just outta sight.”
In another line, he sings: “I remember you well/ Oh woman betrayed you/ I couldn’t resist you/ When I made you,” before concluding: “And you have money/ And no manners.”
Sir Paul and Heather Mills’ divorce was confirmed in May. Ms Mills was awarded £24.3million from the former Beatle by a high court judge.
‘Electronic Arguments’ is the third album from The Fireman, Sir Paul’s collaboration with producer Youth.
Each track was recorded in thirteen days over the period of nearly a year.
The tracklisting for ‘Electronic Arguments’ is:
‘Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight’
‘Sing The Changes’
‘Light From Your Lighthouse’
‘Sun Is Shining’
‘Dance ‘Til We’re High’
‘Is This Love?’
‘Lovers In A Dream’
‘Universal Here, Everlasting Now’
‘Don’t Stop Running’