Walking in the Park With Eloise" EMI 3977 Dec. 2, 1974
Two more of the Nashville songs were instrumentals--the a-side having been written by Paul's father, James. The single was more of a tribute to Paul's dad than a serious release, and the artist was shown as "The Country Hams" on the record and sleeve, with no indication that McCartney had anything to do with it. The single failed to chart. This was Paul's first single away from Apple, and he would never issue a solo single on Apple again.