Artist: Paul & Linda McCartney
Composer: Paul & Linda McCartney
Track Time: 3:22
Producers: Paul & Linda McCartney
Engineers: Tim, Ted, Phil, Dixson, Armin and Jim
Paul McCartney: Bass, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Linda McCartney: Vocals
Dave Spinoza: Guitars
Hugh McCracken: Guitars
Denny Seiwell: Drums
Eat At Home is a 1971 single by Paul and Linda McCartney that also appeared on their album Ram from the same year. The single was not released in the UK or the US. It was released in Sweden, Japan and France.
Music critic Stewart Mason of Allmusic described it as McCartney's homage to Buddy Holly, and Stephen Thomas Erlewine, also of Allmusic, described it as a "a rollicking, winking sex song."