Thoughts by Paul McCartney

Thoughts by Paul McCartney:

Popular Thoughts by Paul McCartney:- Sir James Paul McCartney together with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr united to form the impressive band ‘The Beatles’. He was the songwriter, lead vocalist and bass guitarist of the all time tremendous band always rated by the Rolling Stones. McCartney was also conscripted two times into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a solo artist and a member of Beatles).

Together with accolades such as Brit Awards and Academy Awards, he is also a 21-time receiver of the renowned Grammy Awards. His song “Yesterday” is the only song by a British artist to have been played most number of times on English television and radio. Find out more about the greatest musician, including Elton John Thoughts.

McCartney has also played his role as an activist upholding campaigns such as World Animal Protection, Make Poverty History, Save The Arctic and many others, besides performing in many fundraising and charitable shows. His Thoughts on Family are very famous as well. Being a very famous music personality, Paul McCartney has showed his perspective on numerous subjects and problems.

We have collected his most famous Forgiveness Thoughts from his interviews, lyrics, and common observations. Here is a unique compilation of famous thoughts on fitness from this Hall of Famer from the music industry.

 

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Animals

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We don’t eat anything that has to be killed for us. We’ve been
through a lot and we’ve reached a stage where we really value life.


If anyone wants to save the planet, all they have to do is just stop eating meat.


If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian.


You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Birthdays

Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m sixty-four?


In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.


We can work it out. Life is very short, and there’s no time for fussing and fighting, my friend.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Dad

My dad was a particularly polite kind of guy, very courteous.


Looking back, I think I was always musical. My dad was very musical, and I think my mom was musical.


I’m a pretty hands-on dad and make the most of my custody. I take care of my
little one whenever I can, and she determines what I can do and where I can do it.


My dad, bless him, was a musician. And his dad had thought that his music was rubbish.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Drugs

Drugs had shown me little bits here and there-they had rolled across
the carpet once or twice, but I had been able to get them out of my mind.


I realize now that taking drugs was like taking an aspirin without having a headache.


Going to do it to you sweet banana, like it’s never been
done, and we’ll get high, high, high, in the mid-day sun.


Animation is not just for children – it’s also for adults who take drugs.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Giving

When you got a job to do, you got to do it well. You gotta give the other fellow hell.


If this ever changing world in which we live in makes you give in and cry, say live and let die.


If I ever get out of here, thought of giving it all away to a registered charity.


Give Ireland back to the Irish, don’t make them have to take it away.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Home

Linda’s at her best when she’s doing you a meal at home. That’s when you see Linda. She cooks, she looks after the kids.


Home in her apartment she’d dwell ’til the man from her dreams comes to break the spell.


Why would I retire? Sit at home and watch TV? No thanks. I’d rather be out playing.

Inspirational Thoughts by Paul McCartney

For tomorrow may rain, so I’ll follow the sun.


I still believe that love is all you need. I don’t know a better message than that.


In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.


The willow turns his back on inclement weather. And if he can do it, we can do it.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Lennon

The thing you must remember is that I’m the Number One John Lennon fan. I love him to this day and I always did love him.


George Harrison and John Lennon were the ones most against touring … I’d been trying to say…Ah, touring good and it keeps us sharp .. But finally I agreed with them


This was one of the best things about Lennon and McCartney, the competitive element within the team. It was great, But hard to live with.


I was still 15 when I met John Lennon at a village fete in Woolton, in Liverpool.

Meditation Thoughts by Paul McCartney

I believe that in the future meditation could be as commonplace in schools and society as eco- awareness is now. It interests me that an ancient cure may be the solution to a modern problem.


It’s a lifelong gift, something you can call on at any time.


I think [Transcendental Meditation] is what people need. They don’t need high minded talk, they need results.


Transcendental Meditation gives me an island of calm in the midst of so much turbulence.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Music

When you said you were a terrible singer, I thought you were being humble. But you weren’t.


When you were young, and your heart, was an open book. You used to say, live and let live.


One of my biggest thrills for me still is sitting down with a guitar or a piano and just out of nowhere trying to make a song happen.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Songs

John could write a mean song. He had a lot of venom in him. Whereas I had a happy childhood.


Sometimes you write a song in a certain era and it’s got a certain kind of significance.


Songs have some kind of structure that connects with people`s hearts.


Putting two songs together, I’ve always loved that trick when it works.

Thoughts by Paul McCartney about Writing

I’m always writing songs, and I’ve got a bunch that I want to record.


I just start singing some words with a tune. I don’t ever write song thinking, Now I’ll write a song about…


Sometimes you write a song in a certain era and it’s got a certain kind of significance.


What I have to say is all in the music. If I want to say anything, I write a song.