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"You Never Give Me Your Money" is a song by The Beatles that opens the climactic medley on side two of the album Abbey Road. It was mainly written by Paul McCartney (though attributed to Lennon/McCartney).

The Beatles recorded 26 takes of "You Never Give Me Your Money" on 6 May 1969, with McCartney on piano and vocals, Lennon and Harrison on guitar and Starr on drums. At this early stage the song ended abruptly prior to the "One… read more

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  • Avatar for Nitro43
    Simply amazing. One of their best songs.
  • Avatar for corpsetastic
    I gave uuuia a pound coin to be the end but I have to be use of Microsoft Services Agreement applies to do it again and I want a bath because I am going home from the peoples voice dancing to [2] hayleigh rayment the legend with another classic.
  • Avatar for RoomForSymmetry
    Oh, that magic feeling...
  • Avatar for TheUselessGolem
    No question that Paul's best work in the Beatles was on this album. Ahh, but then came Ram, and the first five/six years of Wings... a lot of equals to match these peaks a little later on. But yeah, no question, this is one of the best songs ever and its reprise in Carry That Weight is "fuck off!" amazing.
  • Avatar for leopold_stotch9
    Post-college slump anthem
  • Avatar for bizarreprunier
    la cancion que describe mi vida
  • Avatar for ForestFloor
    one of by fav Beatles songs
  • Avatar for theironictea
    McCartney's best work is on this album. Magnificent.
  • Avatar for Chumsicles
    what I love about McCartney's later Beatles songs is that they sort of sound like really really good Wings songs (except with no Linda)
  • Avatar for ricardrbrrj
    that magic feeling nowhere to go indeed? One sweet dream came true today (Yes it did) .

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