Save Us 6.5-7: it's okay I suppose.
Alligator 9/10: very good. But lyrics like 'someone finding a key, someone setting em free'
on my way to work 9: very good. Once again lyrics fail him. 'I rode a big green bus' oh well
queenie eye 8. 5/10: good. Seeing and hearing the chorus for this, first time, you may think he's lost his mind. But it grows on you. He never returns to the first verses structure. But it doesn't really matter.
early days 9/10: feels mull of kintyre-ish toward the end in the best way, but the structure of the song feels like something somebody else other than paul may have written, cliched and all.
New 8-8.5/10: Nostalgia song of the record. Its enjoyable at least.
Appreciate 8/10: Somebody I forget who compared this to Gratitude.
what a silly comparison. And good one but maybe my level of enjoyment ranks about on par with Save Us. Maybe a little more.
Everbody out there 6.5/10: Still the worst song here. I don't dislike the music, but the lyrics. Bah. My most disliked lyrics of the album up to this point. So cliched.
Hosanna 9-10/10: Possibly the best song here. Yes, could've been a Beatles track(Paul on his own Beatle). The only bad thing maybe I could level at it would be the one tiny bass riff(slide up) that ive probably heard too often that he does. It doesn't last more than a second though.
I Can Bet 7.5/10: enjoyable at least.
Looking at her 7.5-8/10: very cringe worthy lyrics here that one almost can't help but focus on.
music is at the least decent to good.
Road 8-9/10: Fails to climax adequately for an album closer. But I like it quite a lot.
Overall like most of his records of last decade or so achieves a very high mark for music.
Edit: the average puts it at 76/100. But I think it's better than that. Closer to 80-85/100.