Paul McCartney's Carpool Karaoke Is a Drive Down Memory Lane

Paul McCartney sings an emotional 'Hey Jude' with James Corden in 'Carpool Karaoke'

Paul McCartney sings an emotional 'Hey Jude' with James Corden in 'Carpool Karaoke'

There was amazement, dancing and more than a few tears when one of Liverpool's most celebrated sons returned for his appearance on The Late Late Show's Carpool Karaoke with James Corden on Tuesday.

"Oh man, it got me emotional there, Paul", Corden says as the song comes to an end.

The video wraps up with a surprise for local pub patrons, who are treated to a mini McCartney concert ending with a rousing "Hey Jude" singalong.

Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters bandmates aren't the only ones to speak out and claim their "Carpool Karaoke" segment wasn't totally enjoyable, as Britney Spears said she found it all rather "awkward" when she was in the passenger's seat.

He added: "She gave me the positive word".

From Penny Lane to the singer's childhood apartment where Lennon and McCartney wrote some of their most iconic songs, the pair brought viewers on an enlightening and nostalgic journey through the band's iconic history - bringing excited shock and joy to the random people Corden and McCartney met throughout the excursion. "Can you please, please help me?"

Shocking the homeowner with an impromptu visit, McCartney shows Corden around the house.

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He agreed, saying: "We expected it to last 10 years, but it keeps going on, and on, and on".

McCartney, who is now 76, is clearly not slowing down any time soon: he's releasing a new album in the fall, called Egypt Station, and just put out two new songs. "And I remember them playing that".

When the 18-time Grammy victor explained to Corden that The Beatles' "Let It Be" was inspired by a dream he had about his mother, the late-night host started tearing up.

Corden said it was the "most handsome story" he had ever heard, before singing a teary rendition of the song.

But then, out of nowhere, Taylor Swift stood up and said: "I'll do a song!"

Sir Paul sits down at the piano and plays When I'm 64.

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