James Corden tears up at Paul McCartney's carpool karaoke

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They then ended the visit with a surprise performance for a small crowd in a Liverpool pub.

As Corden brings The Late Late Show to United Kingdom shores, the presenter and actor enlisted the nation's ultimate music export Paul McCartney for a sing-along in the passenger seat.

The 76-year-old former Beatle delighted viewers with a tour around his hometown of Liverpool along with an iconic trip to Penny Lane. "Can you please, please help me?" They snapped a selfie in front of a barber shop and then McCartney autographed the Penny Lane wall.

James travelled to his native United Kingdom record a special edition of The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this month - and roped in the legendary Beatles musician to help him out.

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Corden told him: "Your music is so full of positivity and joy and a message of love and togetherness, I feel like it's more relevant today than it's maybe ever been".

After getting back in the vehicle - where Corden tried out a few classic Beatles looks, from the moptop wig to the Sgt. Pepper uniforms - they ended up at a pub.

The singer revealed that the band thought their music would only last 10 years and expressed his shock at its continued endurance.

McCartney told how a dream, in which his mother told him to "let it be", inspired the song of the same name.

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From there, they journeyed to the home where Sir Paul lived as a teenager in the Allerton area of Liverpool.

Corden, who reckons it is "quite possibly the best Carpool Karaoke we've done so far", says it is something he will "never ever forget". While there, Paul explained how he and John Lennon had rehearsed their first Beatles songs in the living room.

"Oh man, it got me emotional there", Corden said.

He played A Hard Day's Night, Love Me Do, Back In The USSR and Hey Jude as members of the audience cried.

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