Paul McCartney recently talked about his thoughts of writing a song in Spanish. Years ago McCartney would check into a hotel under the name Paul Ramone, which ultimately became the inspiration behind the name punk rock legends The Ramones.
Sir Paul was asked about that recently in the You Gave Me the Answer section of his website, he replied, "Yeah! I’ve often attempted to write a song in Spanish, because I did Spanish at school, and I always liked the language. I did ‘Tres Conejos’ in Liverpool Oratorio which is a nonsense rhyme I learned in school. And I have had a stab at writing a sort of Spanish love song – I didn’t quite finish it, but you never know, one of these days I might get round to it.”
[Source: Classic Hits Today]