Paul McCartney is not just arguably the most successful songwriter of popular music of all-time, he's also a self-confessed romantic.The legendary musician, who penned Yesterday while with The Beatles, which is one of the most played songs in music history, revealed what he considers his role to be as husband to his wife Nancy Shevell on his website.In the post, the Liverpool, England native explained how he's always 'just trying to be good to my wife Nancy and trying to be considerate and romantic.'The And I Love Her singer went on to share how he goes all out to shower his lady with love and affection when it comes to holidays like Valentine's Day.'I completely overdo Valentine's Day! I mean, there's not just one card, there are cards hidden around the room, and sometimes things even spill into the next day — it's completely silly. 'If there's an excuse to have some fun, I overdo it!' he said of his experience with the special day for lovers. Romantic: Paul McCartney, 80, revealed that he tries to be 'considerate and romantic' with his wife Nancy Shevell, 63, in a post on The Beatles legend's websiteIt's a similar story when it comes to the Christmas holiday at the McCartney home: 'At Christmas, I go crazy with the tree lights and fairy lights — totally overdo it.'The multi-instrumentalist, who known as one of the great and innovative bass players, also shared how he likes to be the guy that Shevell can rely on to offer 'some strength when she's going through tough times.' He added, 'I am very proud, in fact, to be "The Guy" there.