Paul McCartney brings James Corden to tears on "Carpool Karaoke"

Enlarge Image Paul McCartney joins James Corden on very memorable episode of Carpool Karaoke.                  Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton  CNET

The latest carpool karaoke segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden features a full-on legend - none other than Sir Paul McCartney.

McCartney also explained how living in the house inspired songs like "Penny Lane" and "A Day in the Life", and concluded by saying, "That's what makes me think, wow, the distance from here to where we went, and where we are now, it's like phenomenal".

The guys then ended up at a pub where Paul surprised the locals by performing several songs for an emotional crowd.

"I had a dream in the '60s, where my mom who died came to me in the dream and was reassuring me, saying, 'It's going to be OK".

Corden labelled it "the most lovely story" he has ever heard, before the pair perform a version of it.

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The pair started the show singing the Beatles hit Drive My Car, while cruising through the city, replacing the song's "beep beeps" with honks of the horn.

In a break with Carpool Karaoke tradition, the veteran singer then took the wheel and drove Corden - who appeared visibly starstruck - around the streets of Liverpool. "I didn't feel it coming". "That's the power of music", McCartney replied. "If my granddad were here right now, he'd get an absolute kick out of this".

As part of the video, the pair embarked on a journey around McCartney's hometown, visiting Penny Lane and his family home, which he saw for the first time in 50 years. As McCartney walks around his old home, he tells the story of how his dad thought the song She Loves You should have the chorus of yes, yes, yes instead of the famous yeah, yeah, yeah.

Their conversation got emotional as McCartney recounted a dream he'd had where his mother reassured him everything was going to be OK.

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