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==Track listing==
 
==Track listing==
==='''Side One'''===
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#Tug of War
 
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#Take It Away
 
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#What's That You're Doing? ''(Duet with Stevie Wonder)''
 
#What's That You're Doing? ''(Duet with Stevie Wonder)''
 
#Here Today
 
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#Ballroom Dancing
 
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#The Pound Is Sinking
 
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#Dress Me Up as a Robber
 
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Latest revision as of 06:12, 5 August 2018

Tug of War is the fourth solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released in 1982. It is the follow-up to the 1980 album McCartney II, and his first official solo album after the dissolution of Wings in April 1981. The recording sessions for the album reunited McCartney with producer George Martin. Tug of War was also McCartney's first album after the death of his former Beatles bandmate John Lennon.


Track listing

Side One

  1. Tug of War
  2. Take It Away
  3. Somebody Who Cares
  4. What's That You're Doing? (Duet with Stevie Wonder)
  5. Here Today

Side Two

  1. Ballroom Dancing
  2. The Pound Is Sinking
  3. Wanderlust
  4. Get It (Duet with Carl Perkins)
  5. Be What You See (Link)
  6. Dress Me Up as a Robber
  7. Ebony and Ivory (Duet with Stevie Wonder)