Corden told him: "Your music is so full of positivity and joy and a message of love and togetherness, I feel like it's more relevant today than it's maybe ever been". The Beatles leader might have a stronger connection with Corden than any other late night host because they're both British, and Corden was moved so much by something McCartney said that he was overcome with emotion. They also sang the music icon's new songs "Come on to Me" and "I Don't Know", which will be featured on his album Egypt Station (out September 7). But then, out of nowhere, Taylor Swift stood up and said: "I'll do a song!" However, the best part for McCartney was returning to the home where he lived out his teenage years and, more importantly, where The Beatles got their start.
Corden replied, "That's the most lovely story I've ever heard".
After teasing the first song he ever wrote, the rather catchy "I Lost My Little Girl", McCartney set course for a trip down memory lane - as well as the actual Penny Lane, which they completed with a rendition of "Penny Lane". "Just let it be.'" McCartney recalled.
The pair drove around Liverpool while stopping off at multiple places to surprise the locals, including barbershops, flower shops and even Paul's childhood home.
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Setting up hidden cameras around the bar, Corden gave the regular pub-goers a surprise they'd never forget.
He played A Hard Day's Night, Love Me Do, Back In The USSR and Hey Jude as members of the audience cried.
The pair ends up at a pub, where Corden serves as bartender and encourages patrons to use the jukebox.
"McCartney revealed: ". And he listened to the whole song, and he said: "It's very nice", he said.