McCartney's Heartbreak Reportedly Reflected In New Album
January 17, 2007 7:01 a.m. EST
Maira Oliveira - All Headline News Reporter
London, England (BANG) - When going through a time of despair, it's probably best to let it all out - and that's precisely what Paul McCartney intends to do.
Paul's new album will reportedly focus on his split from Heather Mills.
The Beatles legend, who is currently involved in a bitter divorce battle with the former model, is set to reveal his heartbreak on a new record to be released next year.
A source told Britain's Daily Express newspaper, "Paul never stops writing songs and they often reflect what's going on in his life at the time. It's now understood that tracks on his next album will include some direct references to his recent difficulties."
The source added, "He's also said to have written a song to his three-year-old daughter Beatrice, explaining to her how things turned out the way they did."
Paul's 2005 album "Chaos and Creation In The Backyard" is also said to have contained references to his troubled marriage to Heather.
"Friends To Go" includes lyrics about Paul feeling alone, while in "Riding To Vanity Fair" Paul sings "the feelings have gone, you don't fool anyone."
Paul once said he finds music is "great therapy," adding, "Inevitably moods, feelings and emotions find their way into your music, whether you like it or not. You can't help it."
The 64-year-old dedicated his 2006 classical album "Ecce Cor Meum" to his first wife Linda who died of breast cancer in 1998.