Observing Paul McCartney's eye color change from brown (or hazel) in 1966 to green in 1967 makes me think of the Crystal Gayle song, "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue." PIA'ers will use every rationalization possible to explain away the difference, but it is, in reality, just another giveaway that Paul was imposter-replaced.
Paul McCartney had brown eyes, although sometimes they appear hazel.
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In this picture, Paul's eyes appear to be hazel, but his eyes still have brown tones, unlike Faul, who has green or olive tones.
Madame Toussaud's wax figure of Paul depicts Paul as having brown eyes. Madame Toussaud's prides itself on its accuracy.
On the other hand, Faul's natural color appears to be green. He may have worn brown contacts to disguise his true eye color, because they do appear brown sometimes.
In the 1967 promotional video for "Strawberry Fields Forever," the camera zooms in on Faul's eyes, giving us a good view of his green eyes.
Then, in Magical Mystery Tour (1967), Faul shows us his green eyes again during the "Fool on the Hill" segment.
Yes, indeed. Come on. This has got to be the world's worst double.