In Episode 354 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo review “Lyrics,” the two-volume book by Paul McCartney (with help from the poet Paul Muldoon) has just been published. Is it really, as he has suggested, an autobiography, told through his song lyrics? How illuminating is it – and how accurate are his memories? What does it tell us – and what does it leave out? Is it a thrill or a disappointment? So many questions – but that’s what we do.
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