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Give my Regards to Broad Street [soundtrack]

Paul McCartney

℗ 1984 Parlophone Records PCTC 278 / © EMI Records

Paul McCartney • 1984 • Give my Regards to Broad Street

Give My Regards to Broad Street is the name of a film and soundtrack album, masterminded by Paul McCartney. They were both released in 1984, following the success of McCartney's previous albums Tug of War and Pipes of Peace. The film of Broad Street proved to be a financial disaster, but the soundtrack album sold well. The movie, starring Paul McCartney, was the last film appearance of classical actor Sir Ralph Richardson. The title is a pun on George M. Cohan's classic show tune "Give My Regards to Broadway", making reference to London's Broad Street railway station, which closed in 1986. Filming and recording of Broad Street began in November 1982, after Pipes of Peace's completion. Production on the album and film continued until July the following year. In the interim, Pipes of Peace and its singles were released, and the film project was thus scheduled for an Autumn 1984 release once an appropriate amount of time had passed.

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No More Lonely Nights [ballad]

Here, There and Everywhere

(Lennon — McCartney)

To lead a better life,
I need my love to be here.

Here making each day of the year,
Changing my life with a wave of her hand.
Nobody can deny
That there's something there.

There, running my hands through her hair,
Both of us thinking how good it can be.
Someone is speaking
But she doesn't know he's there.

I want her everywhere,
And if she's beside me
I know I need never care,
But to love her is to meet her everywhere,
Knowing that love is to share,
Each one believing that love never dies,
Watching her eyes
And hoping I'm always there.

I want her everywhere,
And if she's beside me
I know I need never care,
But to love her is to meet her everywhere,
Knowing that love is to share,
Each one believing that love never dies,
Watching her eyes
And hoping I'm always there.

To be there and everywhere,
Here, there and everywhere.