Paul McCartney Drops New Album Title on His Birthday

You say it’s Sir Paul McCartney’s birthday? The former Beatle is celebrating his 76th birthday by giving his fans a gift on Twitter.

McCartney–who debuted two new songs at a surprise show in Liverpool earlier this month–revealed the title of his forthcoming new record in a creative tweet.

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As of now, the record, titled “Egypt Station,” does not have a release date, but we suspect that is coming soon.

Here are the new lyrics, interpreted by a fan, of a new, untitled track performed at Philharmonic Pub:

Lyrics: I saw your fragile smile, it seemed to me to say, You wanted so much more than casual conversation.
I swear I caught a look, before you turned away, I don’t see the point in resisting your temptations.
If you come home to me, will I come home to you? If you come home to me, will I come home to you? I don’t think I can wait, like I’m supposed to do. How soon can we arrange, a formal introduction.
We need to find a place, where we can be at home. To spend some special time, without an interruption.
If you come home to me, will I come home to you? If you come home to me, will I come home to you? Before you grab your coat, I’ll try to be discrete. You know we can’t be seen exchanging information.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL!