|1||The World Tonight
Engineer – Geoff Emerick, Jon JacobsEngineer [Ass.] – Keith Smith Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards – Jeff Lynne
|2||Used To Be Bad
Engineer – Geoff Emerick, Jon JacobsEngineer [Ass.] – Keith Smith Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar – Steve MillerWritten-By, Lead Vocals, Drums, Bass Guitar – Paul McCartney
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The World Tonight" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the second track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. The first, and only, single from Flaming Pie that was released in the US, on 17 April 1997, and in July as the second single from that album in the UK, peaking at in the UK Singles Chart (see 1997 in British music).
The World Tonight is a song by Paul McCartney and is the second track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. The first, and only, single from Flaming Pie that was released in the US, on 17 April 1997, and in July as the second single from that album in the UK, peaking at in the UK Singles Chart. In the United States, the song was released as the first and only single from the album in May 1997, peaking at number 64 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 23 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. The World Tonight’ was written while on vacation in America in 1995 – of the 14 songs on Flaming Pie only the title track, ‘Somedays’ and ‘Great Day’ were composed in England, for the muse tends to strike Paul most often while he’s on holiday. The lyrics were just gathering thoughts.
Paul McCartney got many of his best song ideas when he was on holiday, and this one came to him in 1995 when he was on vacation in America. He explained in the liner notes to the album: "The lyrics were just gathering thoughts. Like 'I go back so far, I'm in front of me'- I don't know where that came from, but if I'd been writing with John he would have gone 'OK, leave that one in; we don't know what it means but we do know what it means'
Lyrics to "The World Tonight" song by Paul McCartney: I saw you sitting at the center of a circle Everybody, Everybody wanted something from you I saw yo. .I can see the world tonight Look into the future See it in a different light I can see the world tonight. I heard you listening to a secret conversation You were crying You were trying not to let them hear you I heard you listening in. Never mind what they want to do You got a right, to your point of view It doesn't matter what they say They're giving the game away. I saw you hiding from a flock of paparazzi You were hoping You were hoping that the ground would swallow you I saw.
In The World Tonight, Paul views a celebrity in desperate need for some peace and quiet. This was one of the several tracks on Flaming Pie that Paul wrote on vacation, here Paul was in the ., where celebrities are constantly looked at. "The World Tonight" Track Info. Written By Paul McCartney. Percussion Paul McCartney. Piano Paul McCartney. Guitar Paul McCartney. Drums Paul McCartney. Vocals Paul McCartney. Keyboards Jeff Lynne. Acoustic Guitar Jeff Lynne.
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