McCartney Paul

Mc·Cart·ney

 (mə-kärt′nē), Sir (James) Paul Born 1942.
British rock musician who was a member of the Beatles. With John Lennon he wrote many of the group's songs, including "Can't Buy Me Love" (1964) and "Yellow Submarine" (1966).
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By AIDAN MCCARTNEY PAUL Pogba is likely to clash with Zinedine Zidane if he leaves United for Real Madrid.
Mike McCartney Paul's brother; Paul McCartney; Neil Aspinall; Peter Sissons Television journalist; George Harrison; MONEY-SPINNERS: Anthology, Beatles 1 and Let It Be...Naked; BASSMAN: Neil stands in for a poorly George during rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show