Paul McCartney's musical attack
Sir Paul McCartney attacks ex-wife Heather Mills in a new song, 'Nothing Too Much, Just Out Of Sight'
Sir Paul McCartney attacks Heather Mills in a new song.
'Nothing Too Much, Just Out Of Sight', sees the former Beatle screaming in an angry rant about his ex-wife, who received a £24.3 million settlement when their divorce was finalised earlier this year.
The track - which opens 'Electric Arguments', Paul's latest album with side-project The Fireman - features lyrics including "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."
Later in the song, Paul seethes: "I remember you well/ Oh woman betrayed you/ I couldn't resist you/ When I made you."
In a thinly-veiled reference to Heather's conduct in court - which included throwing a glass of water over Paul's solicitor Fiona Shackleton - the song ends with "And you have money/ And no manners."
The Fireman features Paul and producer Youth.
They released two ambient albums in the 90s and 'Electric Arguments' - set for release next month - is their first record to feature vocals.
Paul and Heather separated in 2006 after four years of marriage.