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"The End" is a song by The Beatles composed by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) for the album Abbey Road. It was the last song recorded collectively by all four of The Beatles, and is the final song of the medley that dominates side two of the LP version of the album.

All four Beatles have a solo in "The End", including Ringo Starr's only drum solo for The Beatles. Starr disliked solos; he preferred to cater drumwork to… read more

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  • Yeah, now THIS is how you end a career. [24]
  • one reason why Abbey Road is my fav Beatles album
  • Yeah, now THIS is how you end a career. [23]
  • This is fucking amazing.
  • Yeah, now THIS is how you end a career. [22]
  • I wonder if many people never hang on past "the love you make," to hear Paul's tribute to the Queen. "Her majesty is a pretty nice girl but she doesn't have much to say........." Even so "the love you make was a nice way to wrap things up.
  • undoubtedly the best moment of everything [9]
  • This song always reminds me of Chris Farley.
  • dat drum solo. [2]
  • There's something so sad about this song, because you know it's not just the end of this great album but also the end of the greatest band ever. And I seem to sense as though the Fab Four actually realized that too when they were recording this. Such melancholy.

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