McCartney rocks the mullet in '73.
I was recently listening to Paul McCartney's "My Love" which he released on his "Red Rose Speedway" in 1973. I've heard this song dozens of times, and I never got the naughty reference until now.
And when the cupboards bare
Ill still find something there with my love
Its understood , its everywhere with my love
And my love does it good.
So when there's nothing to eat in the cupboard...
Not that I'm all that suprised by the naughty reference, the Beatles often put semi-veiled sexual references into their work. Like the "tit-tit-tit" backing vocals of "Girl" or "the man in the crowd with the multi-colored mirrors on his hobnail boots" from "Happiness is a Warm Gun" or "four-afish and finger pie" probably the oddest one of all, considering it's in the nostalgic "Penny Lane." And that last one is pure McCartney.
Yeah, everybody thought the Stones were such bad boys. The Beatles were just more subtle about it.