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Posted: 08 Jul 06, 02:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Let it Be - Beatles

Doin' All right - Queen

now, these are both great songs, and in a way they have the same flow in them , although they are 2 totally different songs, the way they were put together are kinda the same way as in the way of the lyrics and musically, like how the lines from the beginning of the songs are the same in the last verse, and they also have a fast part put into them....i dunno it seems like these two are similar...prolly not to anyone else though


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Brian: No, You Can't...

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Posted: 08 Jul 06, 10:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There's no fast part in Let It Be. The tempo is the same all throughout.

Otoh, compare the riff of Doin' All Right with the one in The End:

Doin' All Right---> E B D A
The End ----------> A D B E

Although functionally different, the chords used are the same, only in inverted order.

What's even stranger is that Paul had probably listened to Doin' All Right at the time he wrote The End, since Smile sent their tapes to Apple.


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