NEW YORK CITY – (Satire News) - Paul McCartney says that during the early days of the Beatles, he dated fellow English singer Petula Clark, but he broke up with her because she always wanted to go "Downtown."
The Beatles member, who co-wrote most of the songs with John Lennon, went on to say that one thing about Petula was that the British songstress would always say musical cliches like “I Know A Place,” and “I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love.”
Sir Paul did note however that Clark soon became somewhat bossy and once told him that she loved him, but she demanded that he “Don’t Sleep In The Subway.”
Shortly after that Paul broke up with her and took up with a famous belly dancer from India named Shontay “The Belly” Mahadeesha.
He giggled as he said that she never bossed him around and said that he loved how she would let him eat his meals off her totally and smooth-as-silk sexy belly.
SIDENOTE: A few years ago Paul even wrote a song about Miss Shontay, titled, “My Belly Dancing Babe Can Shake Her Tummy At Machine Gun Speed.”