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The singer heard on The Beatles' version of "Yesterday" is Paul McCartney. While the song itself was written over a single night's sleep, McCartney held onto the melody for over a month, as he was concerned that he had plagiarized the tune from another source.

The original lyrics included the first line, "Scrambled eggs, have an omelette with some Muenster cheese". Any indication that such a line as had been reported, "Scrambled eggs, oh baby how I love your legs" is often dismissed as nonsense by Paul.

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