For George Harrison’s autobiography, see I, Me, Mine. I Me Mine” is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1970 album Let It Be. Written by George Harrison, it i me mine george harrison book pdf the last new track recorded by the band before their split in April 1970.
Let It Be sessions in January 1969, and its lyrics serve as a comment from Harrison on the fractious situation within the group at that time. The song’s musical mood alternates between waltz-time verses, during which Harrison laments the ego problems afflicting the Beatles, and choruses played in the hard rock style.
The Beatles rehearsed “I Me Mine” at Twickenham Studios in January 1969. A year later, by which point John Lennon had privately left the group, the three remaining members formally recorded it at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios. When preparing the Let It Be album for release in 1970, producer Phil Spector extended the track by repeating the song’s chorus and second verse, in addition to adding orchestration.
The original version of the track, at just 1:34 in duration and without the orchestral overdubs, appeared on the Beatles’ 1996 outtakes compilation Anthology 3, introduced by a mock announcement from Harrison referring to Lennon’s departure. Harrison titled his 1980 autobiography, I, Me, Mine, after the song. I Me Mine” is the ego problem. There is nothing that isn’t part of the complete whole.
When the little “i” merges into the big “I” then you are really smiling! The set of pronouns which forms the song’s title is a conventional way of referring to the ego in a Hindu context. For example, the Bhagavad Gita 2:71-72 can be translated as “They are forever free who renounce all selfish desires and break away from the ego-cage of ‘I’, ‘me’ and ‘mine’ to be united with the Lord.