Let it be, by John Lennon & Paul McCartney

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Let it be, by John Lennon & Paul McCartney

In 1969 tension began to be felt between The Beatles. Paul McCartney, who was very concerned about the situation, had a dream about his mother Mary who had died a few years before. She appeared to him to reassure him and tell him that everything would be ok: “let it be”, she said. When he woke Paul wrote the famous song and the eponymous album was recorded the same year. The band split up one month before its release, but the album was in the UK charts for a total of 59 weeks and for 55 weeks in the US.

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In 1969 tension began to be felt between The Beatles. Paul McCartney, who was very concerned about the situation, had a dream about his mother Mary who had died a few years before. She appeared to him to reassure him and tell him that everything would be ok: “let it be”, she said. When he woke Paul wrote the famous song and the eponymous album was recorded the same year. The band split up one month before its release, but the album was in the UK charts for a total of 59 weeks and for 55 weeks in the US.

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In 1969 tension began to be felt between The Beatles. Paul McCartney, who was very concerned about the situation, had a dream about his mother Mary who had died a few years before. She appeared to him to reassure him and tell him that everything would be ok: “let it be”, she said. When he woke Paul wrote the famous song and the eponymous album was recorded the same year. The band split up one month before its release, but the album was in the UK charts for a total of 59 weeks and for 55 weeks in the US.

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