You Never Give Me Your Money
“You Never Give Me Your Money” was penned by Paul during the peak of financial tensions between him and the rest of the band, when John, Ringo and George were adamant on handing the Beatles’ financial reigns to infamous manager Allen Klein. The structure of the song is similar to that of “Happiness is a Warm Gun” from the White Album, in which the track is an amalgamation of three separate song ideas. While it was recorded during the imminent breakup of the band, it certainly doesn’t ring through the music, which is another classic Beatles masterpiece.
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