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Paul McCartney to publish 900-page lyrical 'autobiography'

It will be “as close to an autobiography” as Paul McCartney “may ever come”: the former Beatle is set to publish The Lyrics, a deep dive into his life, based on conversations he had with the prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon.

The Lyrics, a two-volume, 900-plus page “self-portrait in 154 songs”, will be released on 2 November.

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