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Paul McCartney: Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey Meaning

Song Released: 1971


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We're so sorry, uncle albert,
We're so sorry if we caused you any pain.
We're so sorry, uncle albert,
But there's no one left at home
And i believe i'm gonna rain.

We're so sorry but we haven't heard a thing all day,
We're so sorry, uncle...

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    kooljohn176
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    Jun 5th, 2016 6:26pm report


    A nostalgic old song about the hazey lazy lads in the new generation saying sorry, painfully to the old generation of UNCLE ALBERT, who may have been like ''THE SAINT'' to them long ago and wanted to put some ZAP in their laid back ways. 'Cause lately they haven't been doing a bloody thing worthwhile for the Country that would make Uncle Albert proud of them. Where in nowadays they're all like traveling gypsies that are getting around singing and not even paying attention to what the Fleet of Admiral William''Bull'' Halsey was doing on their waters that wanted to use them for service as sailors all over the pacific.




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