A tune Sir Paul McCartney wrote when he was sixteen, and in which he appeared to see his future with eerie precognition.
In the song, he asks, "Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm sixty-four?" And now that he's sixty-four, we conveniently have our answer - a resounding NO! He and his wife, Heather Mills, are history, fo sho.
I stayed out till quarter of three and she locked the door. I knew that would happen when I wrote "When I'm Sixty-Four." - Sir Paul
a song and a dance with specific steps written and sung by an Atlanta wedding dj named Ted. He developed this dance because he didn't have enough participation songs on his playlist. He needed one that even idiots could do.
Okay everybody. Gather round. Quiet please! Okay! Now, if I can have the bride up front and all bridesmaids to the left of her, I'm gonna show you the BRIDE SLIDE!