Sir Paul told the Scottish Daily Record his new Driving Rain album contains a track called Tiny Bubble which was written in Scotland. During a visit to his farm on Kintyre (where he also wrote Mull of Kintyre and Maybe I'm Amazed) Sir Paul was inspired to write the tune and record a demo in his little Scottish studio. He was so pleased with what he heard on the demo that he used much of it in the final recording of the tune for the album. Sir Paul went on to explain how Tiny Bubble sums up his view of the world:"I have always found inspiration in the calm beauty of Scotland and again it proved the place where I found inspiration. I just love the country. Tiny Bubble was just a stream of consciousness, saying all the world's a tiny bubble. It started a bit more ballady, but as happened with a a few of the songs when you bring them to a band - with a drummer - they hip up a bit."
(kindly submitted by PLUGGED correspondent Joan M. Hopkins)
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