"So, I wrote the song, 'Let It Be, '" McCartney concluded.
Sir Paul McCartney has appeared in the latest episode of Carpool Karaoke on Corden's The Late Late Show, which is airing from London this week. (Corden's newest Carpool Karaoke features McCartney.) Grohl talked about being a little kid and learning how to play guitar by listening to Beatles records, and shared that he still gets nervous whenever he jams with McCartney.
The segment ended with Corden and McCartney surprising locals at a pub.
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Omar hit back, saying he had no doubt about his MLAs and referred to the BJP's alleged horse-trading bids in Jammu and Kashmir. He said the BJP faced some difficulty in implementing developmental projects as some ministries were not with the party.
Corden responded, "That's the most handsome story I've ever heard", and then the two sang the song together.
Back in the vehicle, the legend recalled his late mother coming to him in a dream in the '60s, in which she said "It's going to be ok" and "Let it be".
"I didn't feel it coming, it's too much for me".
China Says It Regrets US Quitting UN Human Rights Council
Item 7 addresses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and rights abuses in Israel and by Israel in the adjacent occupied territories. Haley also blamed human rights groups for the decision to leave, saying they had thwarted US attempts to improve the council.
"That's the most attractive story I've ever heard", Corden said before the two broke out in an emotional duet of "Let it Be" that brought tears to talk show host's eyes as he drove.
"I can remember my granddad, who's a musician, and my dad sitting me down and saying, "We're gonna play you the best song that you've ever heard" and I remember them playing me that", Corden explained.
McCartney made the emotional moment even more poignant when he reassuringly told Corden, "He is". The entertainer performed "A Hard Day's Night", "Love Me Do" and "Back in the U.S.S.R." before inviting Corden on stage to sing "Hey Jude" as the finale.
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Sessions blamed loopholes in U.S. immigration laws for encouraging the jump in asylum-seekers entering the country illegally. Sessions said the issue was "whether we want to be a country of laws or whether we want to be a country without borders".
On his tour of Liverpool, McCartney points out the church where he was a choir boy, adds his autograph to the Penny Lane street sign, and visited his childhood home - a place particularly special as it's where he wrote music with fellow Beatle, John Lennon. I've never heard that.