Paul McCartney's new song its dedicated to Heather Mills
But not in a good way, his new song named 'Nothing Too Much, Just Out Of Sight’, from his soon to be realised album 'Electric Arguments’, is an obvious attack against his ex-wife. This is an album of his side-proyect called The Fireman, wich includes vocals for the first time.
The song includes lines that shows us some of the anger that Paul is letting out, like : 'The last thing you do was try to betray me/ In new morning light I’ll never forget it/ And that’s just outta sight.'
But the best line is a reference to her conduct in the court when she throwed water over his lawyer Fiona Shackleton at the end of the song, it says: 'And you have money/ And no manners.'
This is a good way for Paul to let all his feelings out, and to sell more records of course.