7 thoughts on “ Across The Universe - The Beatles - Let It Be ”

  1. Let it be was my first Beatles single and LP. I can’t really listen to it any longer as I remember spending whole nights listening to this album! I’ve got the movie too now, plus “naked” and various bootlegs from the same sessions. Stand out songs are “two of us”, “across the universe.
  2. Lyrics to 'Across The Universe' by The Beatles: Words are flowing out Like endless rain into a paper cup They slither while they pass They slip away across the universe Pools of sorrow waves of joy.
  3. "Across the Universe" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–reggae.conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo song first appeared on the various artists' charity compilation album No One's Gonna Change Our World and later, in a different form, on their album Let It Be, the group's final released reggae.conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo: Rock.
  4. "Across the Universe" is a song recorded by the Beatles. It was written by John Lennon, and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song first appeared on the various artists charity compilation album No One's Gonna Change Our World in December , and later, in different form, on Let It Be Genre: Psychedelic folk.
  5. Across the Universe is a British-American jukebox musical romantic drama film directed by Julie Taymor, centered on songs by the English rock band the Beatles. The script is based on an original story credited to Taymor, Dick Clement, and Ian La reggae.conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo by: Elliot Goldenthal.
  6. "Across the Universe" is a song by The Beatles that first appeared on a charity release in December , and later, in modified form, on t read more. "Across the Universe" is a song by The Beatles that first appeared on a charity release in December , and later, in modified form, on their final album, Let It Be.
  7. For as divisive as Phil Spector’s 11th-hour contributions were (George Martin joked that he should be given a credit for production, while Spector should get one for overproduction), they were also overstated: Only a handful of tracks here—most notably Lennon’s “Across the Universe” and McCartney’s “The Long and Winding Road.

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