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Paul McCartney: Silly Love Songs Meaning

Song Released: 1976

Covered By: Glee Cast

Silly Love Songs Lyrics

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You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs.
But I look around me and I see it isnt so.
Some people wanna fill the world with silly love songs.
And whats wrong with that?
Id like to know, cause here I go again
I love...


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    Aug 26th, 2013 8:24am report

    John always teased paul about love songs, especially the tune Yesterday, so this was basically telling John, that you think what you want and i'll keep writing the love songs because people want to hear them and I love writing them, this was Johns bad time while McCartney worked his butt off writing albums and going on world tours. Besides, let's be honest John wrote some mush love songs too!


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    Sep 6th, 2011 9:25pm report

    Paul is saying that people are always looking for a love song in their relationship which he considers to be "silly" and that they should write their own love song.


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    Sep 28th, 2007 9:15pm report

    The idea for this song came from McCartney being teased about writing so many "silly love songs". It's very catchy.

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