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8 thoughts on “ The Long And Winding Road ”

  1. The Long and Winding Road; released in June it was The Beatles 20th and final number one single in the US. Written by Paul McCartney, the song is a reflection on the journey of The Beatles.
  2. ‘The Long And Winding Road’ started out as a simple McCartney ballad, written in Scotland in at a time in which the cracks in The Beatles’ relationships were become ever deeper. A demo was recorded during the White Album sessions, but taken no further. I was a bit flipped out and tripped out at that time.
  3. The Long And Winding Road. Bm The Beatles Cm Vote rhythm. Select version 1 0 / Tobi (0) Tobi. 0 30, 42, Report Sumbit correction Merge lines ∬ Auto scroll. Columns ≣≣.
  4. The long and winding road, that leads, to your door Will never disappear, I've seen that road before It always leads me here, lead me to your door The wild and windy night, that the rain, washed away.
  5. May 25,  · Directed by Jim Praytor. With Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson, Earl Hindman, Richard Karn. As Tim prepares for the final Tool Time show, he thinks of the impact of their decisions (Tim quitting Tool Time; Jill's job offer in Indiana). He remembers their lives in their home over the years/10(1).
  6. McCartney has confirmed that the 'long and winding road' referred to in the song is in fact the B road through East Kintyre in Scotland. He has his farm just off the road near a hamlet called Saddell and the area is close to his heart.
  7. Beatles: The Long and Winding Road: A History of the Beatles on Record by Neville Stannard () out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ Next. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of /5(3).
  8. Jul 16,  · It turns out the song ‘The Long and Winding Road’ was one of the last songs recorded by the Beatles and was inspired by Paul McCartney’s visit to his farm in Scotland. The title is very descriptive, in that the Beatles had been through a tumultuous eight-year period which started with the ‘Love Me Do’ era.

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