Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney carries a miniature harmonica everywhere he goes, so he can entertain onlookers at the drop of a hat.
The rocker showed off the tiny instrument during a guest appearance on U.S. TV talk show The View on Wednesday (14Jan09).
Explaining why he never leaves home without it MCCartney says, "It's a very little harmonica. I think it came out of a Christmas cracker.
"I was once going through an airport and there was a baby screaming. The mother was having a terrible time. So I went up to the baby and (started playing).
"And the baby just stared at me (open mouthed)."
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