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Thursday, 23 May 2013

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Paul McCartney said he wrote the song on two Kleenex tissues.

LOS ANGELES - Ryan Seacrest has just broken the news that Adele and Cheryl Cole will soon be going into the recording studio to record a song that was written especially for them by Paul McCartney.

Seacrest said that Cheryl called him up and told him that he was the first person that she was letting know about the record collaboration.

Ryan said he was both thrilled and honored and asked her what the name of the song was.

Chezza, as Queen Elizabeth nicknamed her, giggled like a San Fernando Valley schoolgirl and said that the song is titled, "We Can Giggle and Wiggle and Sing Our Cabooses Off."

Ryan said that he phoned up Paul and asked him where he had got the inspiration for writing the love ballad.

He let Ryan know that he was sitting in his huge mansion watching a rerun of The old 70s show The Partridge Family when the idea came to him.

He said that he quickly picked up a box of Kleenex from the coffee table and took a pen out of his shirt pocket and the words just started flowing from his fingertips to the Kleenex tissue.

McCartney said that the working title was "We Can Giggle and Wiggle and Sing Our Butts Off" but he figured that the word caboose would sound more melodious.

Adele was reached at her home in London and said that she can hardly wait to come to America and get together with one of her favorite people Cheryl Cole and visit The La Brea Tar Pits.

In Other News. Zydeco Dupree wrote in his book Trivia Territory that yellow Post-It Notes are routinely used as band-aids in the poverty-stricken African country of Lower Zamgola

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