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Paris Jackson Wrote a Song for Paul McCartney | Teen Vogue

Paris Jackson Wrote a Song for Paul McCartney | Teen Vogue

Paris Jackson Wrote a Song for Paul McCartney | Teen Vogue
May 17
09:57 2017

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Paris Jackson is musically inclined. After all, her father was the Michael Jackson, the man who changed and defined an era of music. And now she’s revealing in her Teen Vogue cover story that she has already penned a song for (another) legend: Paul McCartney.

Go big or go home, clearly. In the issue, 19-year-old Paris calls Paul her “dream musician” to write for.

“I actually already wrote a song I’d like him to sing, but it probs won’t happen,” she says, though she kept mum on a song title or any further info about its sound.

Of course, Paris’s love of the Beatles singer runs deep: Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney collaborated on several songs in the ’70s and ’80s, including “Say Say Say,” “The Girl Is Mine,” “Girlfriend,” and “The Man.” Unfortunately, the musical icons’ friendship disintegrated after Jackson outbid McCartney for the Beatles catalog, and the two never worked together again. But it seems that Paris hasn’t let that business feud tarnish her musical influences, still referring to McCartney as “the love of my life.”

“If Paul ever does sing it, then you’ll be the first to know,” Paris adds. “But I really don’t plan on doing anything with my music.”

Instead, she will be busy as the face and body of Calvin Klein and starring in an upcoming comedy-thriller. Not too shabby.

But don’t fret, Paris music stans. The celeb admits that music will always be in her heart.

[Music] has gotten me through the toughest of times and the best of times. It’s brought me comfort when I was alone and has brought even more joy when I’m in good company. Music is everything to me.

Read Paris’ full cover story here, and check out Teen Vogue’s music issue, which hits newsstands May 23.

Source: Paris Jackson Wrote a Song for Paul McCartney | Teen Vogue

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