Name All of Paul McCartney's Number 1 singles

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Paul McCartney is "most successful musician and composer in popular music history" and a look at his Billboard-topping hits makes that hard to argue. As a solo artist, part of a duo or as a member of the Beatles and Wings, McCartney has achieved a number 1 single a whopping 29 times. Can you name all of his chart-topping hits in 8 minutes?

A few hints: 20 of the hits came with the Beatles (and we're not counting B-sides); 6 came with the Wings (including 1 live performance); 1 came as a duet with Michael Jackson; and 1 was a duet with Stevie Wonder.

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Name All of Paul McCartney's Number 1 singles
Say Say Say|Say, Say, Say
Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey|Uncle Albert Admiral Halsey|Uncle Albert, Admiral Halsey|Uncle Albert
Listen To What The Man Said
With A Little Luck
Coming Up (live)|Coming Up
Silly Love Songs
Band on the Run
My Love
Ebony and Ivory|Ebony & Ivory
Let It Be
Hey Jude
Eight Days A Week|8 Days A Week
Get Back
All You Need Is Love
A Hard Day's Night|A Hard Days Night|Hard Day's Night|Hard Days Night
I Want To Hold Your Hand
Hello, Goodbye|Hello Goodbye
Ticket To Ride
Come Together
Penny Lane
She Loves You
We Can Work It Out
I Feel Fine
The Long and Winding Road|Long and Winding Road
Paperback Writer
Can't Buy Me Love|Cant Buy Me Love
Love Me Do