Paul McCartney Nominated for Golden Globe, Critic's Choice Award

Paul McCartney Nominated for Golden Globe, Critic's Choice Award

Looks like Sir Paul McCartney, will be getting the year 2010 off to a good start. The former Beatle has been nominated for a Golden Globe award. The Golden Globes, presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), recognize achievements in both the motion picture and television industries, foreign and domestic.

Sir Paul is nominated in the category of 'Best Original Song' for his contribution to the motion picture 'Everybody's Fine.' The track is titled '(I Want To) Come Home,' and is a beautiful ballad, helping to tell the story of a widower who sets off on a road trip to reconnect with his grown children, after the loss of his wife. The Golden Globe Awards air January 17th 2010 on NBC.

The full Best Original Song nominee list is:

'Cinema Italiano', Nine (Maury Yeston)

'I Want To Come Home', Everybody's Fine (Paul McCartney)

'I See You', Avatar (James Horner, Simon Franglen, Kuk Harrell)

'The Weary Kind (Theme From Crazy Heart)', Crazy Heart (Ryan Bingham, T Bone Burnett)

'Winter', Brothers (U2)

'(I Want To) Come Home is also nominated for Best Song at the Critics Choice Awards, which airs on January 15th 2010 on VH1. The video for '(I Want To) Come Home' can be viewed here.