You Never Give Me Your Money (track) by The Beatles
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Great song. Forgot just how good this is.
Used to be my favourite Beatles song. Now it's not but it's probably top 25. For me this is probably better than A Day in the Life.
Unique atmosphere, which is its best point. Don't like any other aspect of it, though.
Incredible. Set up piece for what I think is the best piece of music ever. Sometimes kind of wish Sun King came before this and they strung this into the medley but it being separated makes the reprise that much better.
Interesting song with tons of parts being all over the place :)
"Oh that magic feeling, nowhere to go"
The start of the medley on side two, you never give me your money, is the only part of the song cycle that is reprised later on. Similar in structure to the White album's Happiness is a warm gun, it jumps from one mood to another and is the perfect opening cut to one of the Beatles most ambitious pieces. A lot of people don't like the medley, but personally, I think it's a fantastic way to use up some unfinished fragments of songs and is further proof to the genius of the Beatles and George Martin in the studio. Excellent.
Very nice melody that comes back later in the medley. Abbey Road would not be complete without it.
So much happens here. Like literally no riff or chord progression goes on for longer than a couple of seconds. One of the brightest McCartney's moments.
I think this is there greatest song with day in the life, it has so many parts and it is just so wonderful to listen to
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