Turn us up in your headphones. We even have a Spotify version so you can have your own auto-play deejay. We see you out there making it your own, Uncle! The slower, yet very danceable melody, is a good time for your auntie to show you how they did it in HER day. Leave plenty of room for hand gestures and hip bouncing. Go for the clean version and drag your reluctant boo on the floor.
It was released on March 29 of that year. The song is featured on McCartney's album Tug of War. A self-empowerment hit that struggles issues of racial equality , the song reached number one on both the UK and the US charts. In , Billboard Magazine ranked the song as the 69th biggest hit of all-time on the Billboard Hot charts. At the simplest level, the song is about the ebony black and ivory white keys on a piano , but also deals with integration and racial harmony on a deeper, human level.