Nod Your Head

Nod Your Head
"Nod Your Head"
Single by Paul McCartney
from the album Memory Almost Full
Released 28 August 2007 United Kingdom
Format Download
Recorded Oct 2003 - Feb 2007
Genre Rock music
Length 1:58
Label MPL, Hear Music
Writer(s) Paul McCartney
Producer David Kahne
Paul McCartney singles chronology
"Dance Tonight"
"Nod Your Head"
"Ever Present Past"
Memory Almost Full track listing

"Nod Your Head" is a song by Paul McCartney and the closing track to his 2007 album Memory Almost Full. The song was released as a free download single from that album on 28 August 2007 via the iTunes Store. It was packaged with a music video for the song.

Following "Ever Present Past" and "Dance Tonight", "Nod Your Head" is the third song released from Memory Almost Full even though it was released primarily as a free track through iTunes.

Track listing

  1. "Nod Your Head" - 1:58
  2. "Nod Your Head" (video) - 1:59

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