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Biker Like An Icon - Paul McCartney - Off The Ground (CD, Album)

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  1. Album. Off the Ground Paul McCartney. Biker Like an Icon Lyrics. 7. Peace in the Neighbourhood Lyrics. 8. Golden Earth Girl Lyrics. 9. The Lovers That Never Were.
  2. May 15,  · Off the Ground, in general, was such a step down (for me) after Flowers in the Dirt (Or the first ten songs on Flowers, anyhow). There’s a handful of strong tracks (“Biker” definitely not one of them), some more McCartney/MacManus, and a lot of mediocrity.
  3. 6. Biker Like An Icon 7. Peace in The Neighbourhood 8. Golden Earth Girl 9. The Lovers We Never Were Get Out Of My Way Winedark Open Sea C'mon People "Off The Ground", the title track, is a catchy, upbeat number with a hooky "sha-la-la" chorus, while "Looking For Changes" is a riffy, lively rocker, with some excellent guitar/5().
  4. “Biker Like an Icon” is a song by Paul McCartney from his album Off the Ground. It was released as 7″ and CD singles. It was released as 7″ and CD singles. Commenting this song, Paul McCartney stated that the line “ Biker like an icon ” came from a conversation about photo cameras with his wife Linda McCartney.
  5. "Biker Like an Icon" is a song by Paul McCartney from his album Off the Ground. It was released as 7" and CD singles.
  6. Segment 7 – Biker Like an Icon: Segment 8 – Looking for Changes: Segment 9 – Get Out of My Way: Rockline Radio Show, Feb 11, Segment 1 – Hope Of Deliverance: Segment 2 – Biker Like an Icon: Segment 3 -The Lovers That Never Were: 3 .
  7. "Biker Like an Icon" is a song by Paul McCartney from his album Off the Ground. It was released as 7" and CD singles. The music video for the song first aired on MTV's First Look television show. The clip was repeated the following day. Commenting this song, Paul McCartney stated that the line "Biker like an icon" came from a conversation about photo cameras with his wife Linda McCartney.
  8. McCartney falters when he tries to rock out on “Looking for Changes,” a literal-minded animal-rights broadside, and “Biker Like an Icon,” a quixotic character study.

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