Paul McCartney, Jimmy Fallon Perform "Scrambled Eggs" Version of "Yesterday"

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" show (NBC)

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" show on Dec. 9, 2010. (NBC)

NEW YORK (CBS) When Sir Paul McCartney stopped by to visit Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" Thursday, the former Beatle talked about the origins of the classic hit "Yesterday."

PICTURES: Paul McCartney

To help him "remember the timing of the words," McCartney said the song originally included a food-themed placeholder phrase.

[Watch the video below]

Fallon then asked McCartney to perform the never-before-heard "Scrambled Eggs" version with him, which he willingly obliged.

"Scrambled eggs / Oh my baby, how I love your legs / Not as much as I love scrambled eggs / Oh we should eat some scrambled eggs," they crooned.

Watch their performance below.


  • Joyce Lee

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