Paul McCartney takes James Corden on 'Carpool Karaoke' tour of Liverpool

Paul McCartney sings an emotional 'Hey Jude' with James Corden in 'Carpool Karaoke'

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The duo also visit Macca's actual family home, where he hasn't been in over 50 years. I hope you like it. "I had to text him back and was like, 'No dude, that's not what we meant.' What we were trying to say was it was uncomfortable to sit in a vehicle and try to sing our own songs".

The segment climaxed with Paul returning to one of the pubs Paul used to play before The Beatles hit the big-time, surprising the locals with a performance with his current band - singing hits decided by the audience via a jukebox.

McCartney told how a dream, in which his mother told him to "let it be", inspired the song of the same name.

As they made their way down the road, the song began to play on the radio and the former Beatle sang along before they left the vehicle and the singer signed his autograph on the road sign. They also stopped by the barber shop mentioned in "Penny Lane" and mingled with excited fans along the sidewalks.

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"That's one of the strangest things, is we expected it to last 10 years, but it keeps going on and on and on", McCartney said of The Beatles' enduring fame and adoration. "She gave me the positive word".

The Late Late Show host was joined by the singer as they drove past famous Beatles landmarks.

They then headed to the rocker's childhood home in Allerton, South Liverpool. "I'll never ever forget it. Take a breath and jump in", Corden tweeted on Thurs.

After getting back in the auto - where Corden tried out a few classic Beatles looks, from the moptop wig to the Sgt. Pepper uniforms - they ended up at a pub.

An emotional James Corden has taken Sir Paul McCartney on a magical mystery tour of Liverpool.

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