Mccartney Track Tops Worst Duet Poll

SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY will never perform his track EBONY AND IVORY again after it was voted the worst song of all time. The Beatles legend - who teamed up with Stevie Wonder for the 1982 song - is embarrassed the track topped the BBC poll for worst duet in history. A source tells British newspaper The Daily Express, "Paul now appreciates the songs hasn't aged well and the word is it definitely won't be on his playlist when he goes on tour next year."


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looks like someode from the wrong side of tracs is,who recently nade a fool of herself on tellie is attemping to make a fool of macca.that song and all the song are perpetualitized.no matter, it always comeback flung at that horse face of hers, contually nakes boomarg back. moreove, the press cant stan stand hershe should learn to keep that humongous mouth shuttakes off for siberia with no baby and no money and no one to do the horizontal dance with. she can eeasily be found by the trail of puke that follows along her.
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Well I think Its sad cause the song had a lot of meaning for the kind of half cold hearted world we live in today.If you listen to the words you learn something ratings dont always mean everything.When the world starts falling apart then it would hit num 1 chart list.If the songs dont have sex or screaming or silly phrases than no one wants It. I graduated 1982 at Mount View High . Welch W.Va. It was played on that special day It fitted very well. Im sure all my fellow class mates would agree.Paul being an humanitarian you should never be ashamed of this song.The song was meant to be or It wouldnt had been born. Some songs isnt made for ratings Its made from the heart. Paul we all love you DEARLY let your LOVE & LIGHT shine through.This song says a lot about the person you are today.Dont ever let the people and ratings take that away. Please Please keep it on your list I think It would be very cold not to. We love you Paul. Jackie L .Wilm NC
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