George Harrison – Run Of The Mill (1970)

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The quiet man of The Beatles emerged from the group with a lot to say in the extensive All Things Must Pass. ‘Isn’t it a Pity’, ‘Beware The Darkness’ and ‘Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp’ … but my favourite is this contrastingly short commentary on the Beatles’ breakup: “Everybody has choice, when to and not to raise their voices. It’s you that decides, which way you will turn, while feeling that our love’s not your concern.” Beautiful. Have a good weekend.

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