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Paul McCartney song, no question!
Mary was Paul's mother. Whenever he was troubled, she would say "let it be".
i guess that is that then (chuckle)
Julia was john's mom, mimi was john's aunt, mary was paul's mom, and paul wrote this song.
Julia was Johns Aunt who brought him up
yes Definitley Capo 3rd Fret Sounds AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
Stephen Loch Bowie (report)
For you songleader types, this is a much better key for group singing. I find that the song still has currency, even with teens of this century.
hey, johns aunt was called mimi and the song was on let it be,
well, i have a book that says Mary was jhon's aunt. he lived in her house all is childhood and adolescence, because his mother Julia was gone and his father just left them. but i dont know if this book was written with a touch of fantacy or it's the truth :s
Julia was John's mom...that song is found on the White Album
Mary was Paul's Mom...She came to him in a dream...when things were troubling and told him to Let it Be...Fact
mother mary was john's aunt ! but i dont know who wrote this song.
Bob Cummins (report)
This song was written by Paul McCartney, not John Lennon.
It strikes me that it sounds at its best when capo'ed on the third fret...
Dunno whether that makes it as the beatles did it, but since I'm plying on a gutar, and they played it as a piano track, i feel a little of the accuracy is gone anyway...
White Coyote (report)
I prefer using C G Am and F.
Just throwing that out there.
Hairy Mark (report)
The key you put this in isn't the key of the recording, however if you transpose it up 5 semitones that's the key of the recording...other than that the chord progression is correct.