Paul McCartney is not ashamed to admit when a song didn’t turn out as he’d hoped. He has deemed many pieces from his time with The Beatles either “fillers” or botched attempts at singles. Some of these tracks never got released, and McCartney is happy that one song “died a death in some tape bin.”

Paul McCartney is glad ‘Etcetera’ never saw the light of day

Paul McCartney performs at Glastonbury Festival 2023
Paul McCartney | Samir Hussein/WireImage

“Etcetera” is a song Paul McCartney wrote for 1968’s The White Album. McCartney recorded a demo of it during a session for “Mother Nature’s Son”, where he also recorded “Wild Honey Pie”. While he listened to the demo playback, he never touched it again, and that’s the only recording. 

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