The Beatles I Me Mine lyrics

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    Find out how the lyrics to the Beatles I Me Mine were written.


    Beatles Album: Let It be : Track 4

    Year: 1970

    Lyrics: Harrison

    Length: 2.25

    As the Beatles I me mine was recorded by the Beatles on the 3rd of January 1970 it is their last ever song. The I me mine song was by George Harrison and is heavily influenced by his love of Indian philosophy. George wanted to get across in the I me mine lyrics the belief that we are all part of the universe, and are therefore all one. The tune for I me mine was based upon the waltz.

    The Beatles are joined on the I me Mine song by Billy Preston on the organ; Billy is the only person who has been credited on a Beatles recording when the get back single was released as being by the Beatles and Billy Preston.

    Individual Beatles role on I Me Mine

    John Lennon: Harmony Vocals, Lead guitar

    Paul McCartney: Harmony Vocals, Piano

    George Harrison: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

    Ringo Starr: Drums

    Billy Preston: Organ

    Others: Strings

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