Scrambled Eggs

Paul McCartney appeared on Jimmy Fallon's new album 'Blow Your Pants Off' . The pair duet on the track "Scrambled Eggs", a spoof of Paul's 'Yesterday'.


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Fans will be aware that Paul woke up with the melody for "Yesterday" in his head having dreamt it in his sleep. While working on the lyrics for the track he used 'Scrambled Eggs / Oh, my baby how I love your legs' until he came up with the words we now all know and love. Paul and Jimmy build on these original lyrics in their duet.

Blow Your Pants Off is the second album by the American actor and comedian Jimmy Fallon. It was released on June 12, 2012. It features guest appearances from Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, Dave Matthews, Eddie Vedder, Brian Williams, Big & Rich and Stephen Colbert. All of the recordings are originally from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Most of the songs from the album were performed on the one-hour Jimmy Fallon's Primetime Music Special, which aired July 26, 2012 on NBC. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.

****REVISED July 31, 2019 - SR****

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