In 1969, it seemed to the Beatles themselves that they were more involved in meetings and litigation than in making music. One spring day George Harrison decided to play hooky from the meetings, and instead went to his friend Eric Clapton’s house. While walking around the garden with one of Eric’s guitars, “Here Comes The Sun” was spontaneously written. The drum overdubs are consolidated into this chart.
Here Comes The Sunby Beatles
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