I won't do a Top 10, but I'd like to give a shout-out to 2 lesser-known Wings tracks that no has mentioned yet that I consider highly underrated: "Some People Never Know" and "You Gave Me the Answer."
BTW, is it actually "Mrs. Vandebilt" (as it's been spelled on nearly all releases), or is it indeed "Mrs. Vanderbilt"?
This may have to do with the rhotic vowel "r". Some British dialects don't pronounce the "r" unless it's followed by a vowel or if it begins the word. But we also have the "idear of it" as an example but that's a different story. I have never heard of Vandebilt before, Vanderbilt struck to me as some guy from the Industrial Era.
18 April 2013
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