McCartney gave Corden an intimate tour of Liverpool, a.k.a. the birthplace of the Beatles, and along the way, they cruised through the Fab Four's greatest hits, including "Drive My Car", "Blackbird", and "When I'm 64".
McCartney told how a dream, in which his mother told him to "let it be", inspired the song of the same name. I hope you like it. Then the two motorists launched into the song. They also stopped by the barber shop mentioned in "Penny Lane" and mingled with excited fans along the sidewalks.
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The joyous "Carpool Karaoke" concluded at a local pub, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms, where The Beatles used to play when they were just starting out. 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.
The rocker demonstrated how his music sounded better in the toilet - "the acoustic chamber" - while also showing where he and bandmate John Lennon would write songs. "I had to text him back and was like, 'No dude, that's not what we meant.' What we were trying to say was it was uncomfortable to sit in a vehicle and try to sing our own songs". "I can remember my granddad who's a musician and my dad sitting me down and saying, "We're going to play you the best song that you've ever heard" and I remember them playing me that", the British star emotionally recalled.
"I think this is an afternoon none of us will forget", James then said as he and Paul wrapped their mini-concert with a performance of "Hey Jude".