Paul McCartney let a stranger claiming to be Jesus Christ sit in on a Beatles recording session in 1967. McCartney figured, “Well, it probably isn’t. But if he is, I’m not going to be the one to turn him away.”
In 1972 legendary English songwriter Paul McCartney wrote the song, “Give Ireland Back to the Irish.” It was promptly banned from broadcast in the United Kingdom and not played by the majority of radio stations in the United States. However, it was the number one song in Ireland.
Paul McCartney recorded the song Wonderful Christmastime entirely on his own during the sessions for his second solo album. In 2010 it was estimated that the song earns $400,000 a year, putting the overall earnings at $15 million.
In 1967, Paul McCartney forgot his passport when travelling to France to shoot a music video. He told the agents, ‘You know who I am so why do you need to see a photograph of me in a passport?’ And was let through.
Paul McCartney once ordered a pizza to be flown from New York to London. It was delivered by Concorde.
Paul McCartney painted “Hey Jude” onto an old window in public view to promote the single, but it was smashed and caused an outrage because Jude was mistaken for an anti-Semitic nickname for Jew.