"Her Majesty" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl,
But she doesn't have a lot to say
Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl
But she changes from day to day

I want to tell her that I love her a lot
But I gotta get a bellyful of wine
Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl
Someday I'm going to make her mine, oh yeah,
Someday I'm going to make her mine.

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"Her Majesty" as written by John Winston Lennon, Paul James Mccartney

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    General CommentJust found this :

    This was originally programmed between 'Mean Mr. Mustard' and 'Polythene Pam' on the 'Abbey Road' album, but after having a listen to it, Paul decided that it didn't fit, so he told engineer John Kurlander to cut it out. But because he was under orders never to throw away anything the Beatles recorded, he spooled it onto the end of the tape, so he wouldn't get into trouble. And when Paul listened back to it the next day, he decided he liked it again! So he kept it on the end. (So that's why there's such a long silence between the songs.) But because the cut was only supposed to be rough, it carried away the last note of 'Mean Mr. Mustard' as well (that's why it starts so abruptly with a crashing chord), and the last note was left behind... at the beginning of 'Polythene Pam'!

    Artmanon March 09, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is so cute!
    magicnudiesuiton December 13, 2001   Link
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    General Commentyeah, the way paul sings just makes it cuter.
    weezerific:cutleryon January 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNo way. A perfect note for the beatles to go out on.
    pkjunon June 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song perfectly caps the abbey road album (if you look at the cover you can see my grandma's house!!!)
    RichardWardon August 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentone reason it might be the fitting end for the beatle's swan song(let it be does not count) is that after all of the beatles(all the ones that can sing anyway) were in perfect harmony in The End...paul gets the last word by singing this
    ZinbobDanon March 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think it's a cute little ditty type song- I disagree with infidel, the track is perfectly alright. As for out of place, music doesn't always have to have a place. Does it?
    MaggieBeatleson April 16, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti know this is wrong, but i once heard that this song was written by GEORGE simply to fill out the last of the time on the LP. just sort of an interesting story about how wild these rumors can get
    fixerupperon June 22, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe Beatles shouldn't have had this song at the end. It just doesn't fit. They should have put "The End" at the end of Abby Road. It just embodies all The Beatles stand for, especially the last line "In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make". This is still a good, short song, but it doesn't seem to fit very well at the end of Abby Road.
    ZoSo028on February 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this is the greatest Beatles song and the best end to any album ever. It's no accident. The off note it ends on is one of the best in music history.
    candycoloredclownon May 23, 2005   Link

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