Paul McCartney takes swipes at Heather Mills with new lyrics
Earlier this year, Paul wrote a romantic “what if” song about Heather for a collaboration with musician Nitin Sawhney but now it seems that it’s not all forgiven.
The album title - ‘Electronic Arguments’ - can be interpreted as a reference to the flurry of bitter texts, emails and phone-bugging which is said to have occurred between the couple after their separation in 2006 while the song ‘Nothing Too Much, Just Out Of Sight’ on his new album includes the lyrics: “The last thing you do was to try and betray me/ In new morning light/ I’ll never forget it/ And that’s just outta sight.”
Then later in the song: “I remember you well/ Oh woman betrayed you/ I couldn’t resist you/ When I made you.”
“You said you love me - but was it true? The last thing to do was to lie about me silently.”
“And you have money/ And no manners.”
However, it’s not all anger and bitterness: sources close to the former Beatle say the track ‘Lifelong Passion’ is about his new girlfriend, Nancy Shevell.
The album, part of Paul’s side project The Fireman with top producer Martin “Youth” Glover, is due out next month.