Paul McCartney & Wings - Maybe I'm Amazed FLAC album
Title: Maybe I'm Amazed
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Maybe I'm Amazed" is a song written by Paul McCartney that was first released on his 1970 album McCartney. McCartney dedicated the song to his wife Linda. Although the original recording has never been released as a single, a live performance by McCartney's later band Wings, from the live album Wings over America, was. Released in 1977, this version became a top ten hit in the United States and reached number 28 in the United Kingdom.
Maybe I'm amazed at the way you're with me all the time And maybe I'm afraid of the way I leave you Maybe I'm amazed at the way you help me sing my song You right me when I'm wrong Maybe I'm amazed at the way I really need you. Oh, oh, oh Hey-hey-hey! Oh, oh Oh, ooh-ooh-ooh Yeah, yeah, yeah Oo. .About Maybe I’m Amazed. It was first released on his first solo album McCartney. However, it didn’t become popular until re-released as a live version during the Wings Over America Tour. What have the artists said about the song? Dedicated to his wife, Linda, by depressed Paul at the time of the Beatles breakup. me and Linda with the Beatles breaking up. Maybe I’m amazed at what’s going on, maybe I’m not. Sourced here. Maybe I’m Amazed" Track Info. Written By Paul McCartney.
The studio version of this song was never released as a single (no tracks on the album were), but it is one of the most enduring songs on McCartney's first solo album. A concert version was released as a single in 1977 to promote the Wings Over America live album.
Paul McCartney & Wings – Live And Let Die - (James Bond Theme - Liv. :48. Paul McCartney – Maybe I m Amazed Live. Wings, Timo Maas, James Teej – Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five (Paul.
Album: Wings Over America, 1976. From "Wings American Tour" 1976. Has been played on. United States 1002.
Maybe I’m Amazed is a song written by Paul McCartney that was first released on his 1970 album McCartney. McCartney dedicated the song to his wife, Linda, who had helped him get through the break-up of the Beatles. Although the original recording has never been released as a single, a live performance by McCartney’s later band Wings, from the live album Wings over America, was. This version became a top-ten hit in the United States and reached number 28 in the United Kingdom.