Tunes in June—Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

The power of music transcends over age, race, sex, language, disability, illness, language barriers, anger, hate, politics and much more. Music can bond people together.

Music is one of the universal languages. We can all understand the music and love the music even if it is not in our native language. It is a beautiful thing.

Music is so powerful. It can distract you from pain, heal what is bothering you at the moment, cure what ails you (so to speak), touch your heart, unite people who would never unite otherwise, bring back memories in people with brain injuries and people with no brain injuries too, of course and much more. 

I cannot tell you how many times I have watched this carpool karaoke video and every time I watch it I cannot stop smiling from ear to ear. I love this video.

I found it fascinating to learn how and why Paul McCartney wrote some of the songs and especially the song “Let it Be.” Now that song has become even more beautiful and meaningful to me.

If you love music, get your smile ready. It will be permanently attached to your face for a few minutes while watching this video. Enjoy!

Much love and hugs, Sue

Paul McCartney’s Carpool Karaoke Leaves James Corden In Tears

By Carla Baranauckas

The host of “The Late Late Show” gets emotional after singing “Let It Be” with the former Beatle.

After doing 44 Carpool Karaoke segments on “The Late Late Show,” host James Corden may have thought he was ready for anything. But he was surprised in segment No. 45 when he was overcome with emotion after singing “Let It Be” with Paul McCartney.

As they drove around in Liverpool, England, McCartney told Corden that “Let It Be” had been inspired by his mother:

“I had a dream in the ’60s where my mum, who had died, came to me in the dream and was reassuring me, saying, ‘It’s going to be OK – just let it be.’ I felt so sort of great and like, ‘It’s going to be great.’ She gave me the positive word. So I woke up and was, ’What was that? She said, ‘Let it be.’ That’s kind of good.’ So I wrote the song ‘Let It Be,’ but it was her positivity.”

Corden replied, “That’s the most beautiful story I’ve ever heard.” Then the two motorists launched into the song.

Afterward, Corden was wiping tears from his eyes. “I didn’t see that one coming around the corner,” he said.


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