Paul McCartney Shares ‘Come On To Me’ Video

Paul McCartney has released a music video for “Come On to Me,” the third track from his recently released album Egypt Station. The clip shows Fred, a security guard, who feels bored looking at the video from CCTV cameras and he is also not impressed with dull song coming from the speaker overhead. He then decides to put on to McCartney’s “Come On To Me” and starts dancing and lip-syncing to song. The song had reached No. 10 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart, the the first time in over two decades the former Beatle hit the top ten. In 1997, “The World Tonight,” from 1997’s Flaming Pie, peaked at No. 9 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart dated June 21, 1997. Paul McCartney’s Upcoming Tour Dates: Oct 12 Austin, Austin City Limits Oct 31 Tokyo, Tokyo Dome Nov 01 Tokyo, Tokyo Dome Nov 08 Nagoya, Nagoya Dome Nov 30 Copenhagen, Royal Arena Dec 03 Krakow, Tauron Arena Dec 05 Vienna, Stadthalle Dec 06 Vienna, Stadthalle Dec 12 Liverpool, Echo Arena Dec 14 Glasgow, SSE Hydro Dec 16 London, O2 Arena May 23 New Orleans, Smoothie King Arena May 27 Raleigh, PNC Arena May 30 Greenville, Bon Secours Wellness Arena June 01 Lexington, Rupp Arena June 03 Fort Wayne, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum June 06 Madison, Kohl Center June 11 Moline, TaxSlayer Center June 26 Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena Copyright(c) 2018 All Rights ReservedLess «

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