"Too Many People" is a song by Paul (and Linda) McCartney from his 1971 album Ram as well as the B-side of the "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" single.
The song is one of several instances of "musical sniping" among the four Beatles after the band broke up, the target in this case presumed to be McCartney's former bandmate and songwriting partner John Lennon. " been doing a lot of preaching, and it got up my nose a…
Too many people going underground
Too many reaching for a piece of cake
Too many people pulled and pushed around
Too many waiting for that lucky break