Sir Paul McCartney's new song PIZZA AND FAIRYTALES is inspired by a bitter row with John Lennon, who told his former bandmate that his music lacked depth.
The feuding Beatles had a nasty argument in the mid seventies, when Lennon said MCCartney's music was all 'pizza and fairytales'.
But the Hey Jude hitmaker has put the insult to good use, and will use it on new album Memory Almost Full, which comes out in June (07).
An insider tells British newspaper Daily Express, "Paul has spoken about John having a real go at him over the telephone, telling him his music lacked depth and meaning.
"John famously told Paul his music was all 'pizza and fairytales', and the insult stuck.
"He has always joked it could make a good song or album title and now he has finally put it to use."