Drive my vehicle! McCartney takes Carpool Karaoke up a gear

Sheila Mcguire
June 22, 2018

Help! James Corden needs somebody... to show him around Liverpool, England.

Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters guested on The Late Late Show, and during the interview segment, James Corden asked Grohl about his relationship to Paul McCartney.

They ended up in a pub, where some local imbibers were treated to a live performance from McCartney with a backing band performing "Hard Day's Night", "Obla Di Obla Da", "Love Me Do", and "Back in the USSR".

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Catch McCartney's full Carpool Karaoke, featuring mobile versions of "Drive My Car" and "Penny Lane", up top. "Couldn't you sing She loves you, yes, yes, yes?'"

McCartney happily obliged - and even swapped seats with Corden as they harmonized on some of The Beatles' greatest hits, including "Drive My Car" and "Blackbird". I hope you like it. "I feel like it's more relevant now today maybe than it's ever been".

The Beatles expected their music to last 10 years, Sir Paul says, but it keeps "going on and on and on".

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Nostalgia was certainly in the air as they came to St. Barnabas' Church, where McCartney reminisced about his choir boy days.

McCartney also showed Corden his favorite spot in the house, the bathroom, which he calls the "acoustic chamber", because "everything sounds better in the bath", McCartney sang to Corden, while also explaining that he would spend hours with his guitar in it. There were sing-alongs of course, but it was the rendition of "Let It Be" that literally moved Corden to tears, as the host recounted how his father and grandfather sat him down and first introduced him to the song and, by extension, The Beatles. "I remember me and my mom and dad".

We never thought we'd get emotional watching an episode of "Carpool Karaoke", but here we are.

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