Sitting in Nelly's backyard and spontaneously singing the "Bluebird" - which is a song credited to Paul and Linda McCartney that was originally released on the Paul McCartney and Wings' album Band on the Run.
According to author John Blaney, it was written during a vacation in Jamaica. However, author Vincent Benitz claims the song was written as early as 1970 or 1971, noting that Paul and Linda sang the song during a live interview in New York City in 1971.
In the lyrics, the singer compares himself in love to a bluebird.
The opening lyrics are:
''Late at night when the wind is still''
''I’ll come flying through your door''
''And you’ll know what love is for''
''I’m a bluebird''