Mr. Bellamy

by Paul McCartney

Sir James Paul McCartney MBE (born 18 June 1942) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, and composer. With John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, he gained worldwide fame as a member of the Beatles, and his collaboration with Lennon is one of the most celebrated songwriting partnership…




I'm not coming down
No matter what you do
I like it up here without you

Go light, Mr. Bellamy
We'll have you down soon

No one to tell me what to do
No one to hold my hand
Bellamy's got a lot to do
And I hope that you'll understand

Nobody here to spoil the view
Interfere with my plans
Bellamy's got a job to do
And he's hoping you'll understand

Steady lads
And easy does it
Ooh, don't frighten him!
Here we go...

I'm not coming down
No matter what you say
I like it up here anyway

Sit tight, Mr. Bellamy
This shouldn't take long

In the delusionary state (Easy)
No wonder he's been feeling strange of late (Easy)

Nobody here to spoil the view
Interfere with my plans
Bellamy's got a job to do
And he's hoping you'll understand

Steady lads
Easy does it
Don't frighten him!
Here we go...
Here we go...

I'm not coming down
No matter what you do
I like it up here without you

Come down, come down, come down, come down to me
Come down, come down, come down, come down to me
Come down, come down, come down, come down to me
Come down

Written by: PAUL MCCARTNEY

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