|Paul's fourth solo single.
Credited to "Wings"
This incarnation featuring : Paul and Linda, with Henry McCullough on mandolin.
After the fuss about "Give Ireland", it would appear Paul could not possibly play safer than with his version of a childrens nursery rhyme.
Paul and Linda wrote the song because their young daughter, Mary, liked to hear her name being sung.
In fact, it is the McCartney children that can be heard on the chorus.
The record was released in a picture sleeve, with the single label featuring the same picture as the sleeve as can be seen above.
Incidentally, the Parlophone catalogue number is exactly one thousand higher than the Beatles
first Parlophone single "Love Me Do" which was R 4949.