Her Majesty (track) by The Beatles
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LOVE IT. This really shows off the Beatles' playful attitude, to end an album with this rather than The End.
Quite amusing from a modern perspective, since Brenda is now 93.
Doesn't really count as a song, but the melody is fine.
A song that always makes me smile. What more could you ask for with the end of such an epic album?
This is no grand masterpiece, but it does what it is meant to do perfectly.
A 27 second Harrison song would never have been allowed to end, Abbey road, like this.
Unnecessary, they should have ended one of the greatest albums of all time with The End. Such a sincere and amazing song.
A nice little reminder that it's not all that serious. The essence of The Beatles.
honestly there's some hate for this song, but it really sums up what i love about the beatles, sure most people would end with the grandiose "the end" but the beatles aren't most people
Fantastic end to a fantastic album. After the grandiosity of The End, the simplicity and directness of this track creates a stunning contrast. Leaving on an unresolved note is a brilliant touch. Some albums end with a bang, some with a wimper. Abbey Road does both to a powerful effect.
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