After getting back in the auto, Corden says Sir Paul's music is "so full of positivity and joy", and "more relevant now today than it's maybe ever been". The former Beatle also explained how "Let It Be" came from a dream he had in the '60s in which his deceased mother reassured him that "It's going to be okay".
"I got a fucking text from him [the next day]", he said.
The Late Late Show host was joined by the singer as they drove past famous Beatles landmarks. "I feel like it's more relevant now today maybe than it's ever been". "My dad would be in there (the next room) watching telly, we'd be in here, and we'd just written She Loves You, which was a big Beatles hit".
Prince Louis to be baptised on July 9
The duke and duchess confirmed the service would take place on July 9 at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace, London. According to her father, Prince William , the tiny tot is not only sassy, she's also a budding fashionista.
To wrap up their visit to the home, McCartney treated the very lucky homeowner to a special private performance of "When I'm Sixty-Four" on her piano.
"I've never been in since I lived there", Sir Paul says. Then the two motorists launched into the song.
"If my granddad was here right now, he'd get an absolute kick out of this", Corden tells McCartney, reminiscing on hearing the song back when he was young.
In between songs, McCartney autographs the Penny Lane wall and visits his childhood home.
Minor explosion reported at London Tube station
London police are investigating a small explosion at a London Underground station this morning (NZ time). A police cordon surrounds the station and there was still a police presence coming up to 10pm.
McCartney simply replied, "He is", before the two sat a moment of silence. "We're going to give the locals the surprise of their life", teased Corden.
The pair ends up at a pub, where Corden serves as bartender and encourages patrons to use the jukebox.
McCartney also revealed how he wrote his first song at the age of 14.
Putin trolls Federation Internationale de Football Association by inviting disgraced Blatter to World Cup
Blatter, who is serving a six-year ban from football over unethical conduct, was in Moscow to watch Portugal beat Morocco. The result of each ballot and related votes by members of the FIFA Congress for the 2026 hosts were made public.