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“Think for Yourself” is a song by English rock band the Beatles which first appeared on their 1965 album Rubber Soul. Written and sung by George Harrison, it is a warning against listening to lies, and the first of Harrison’s songs not to be a love song. In his book I, Me, Mine he writes, “But all this time later, I don’t quite recall who inspired that tune. Probably the government.” In a departure from all precedent at the time, the song has two bass lines, a normal one and one created by Paul McCartney’s then-unique application of a fuzzbox to his bass.
How to Learn The Piano Part
An understanding of chords is essential when learning music of the well-known tunes category for example rock n roll and jazz. You will find specific courses out there specializing in recognizing chord sequences and nothing else. Learning chords and chord schematics will promptly make your life less difficult when faced with the show of any popular song on the piano.