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   Her Majesty
by John T. Marck



Her Majesty

Written by Paul while in Scotland, this song was intended to appear between Mean Mr. Mustard and Polythene Pam. However, on the playback, Paul didn't like it there, so he had it removed. The album's engineer, John Kurlander, recycled it to the end of the tape, mostly for safekeeping, so that it would not be accidentally discarded. Later hearing it at the end, Paul liked it there, and agreed to keep it. Because it was a rough edit, the last chord of Mean Mr. Mustard begins Her Majesty. The song ends abruptly because the final note was left behind, as it is the first note of Polythene Pam.

The Beatles liked Queen Elizabeth very much, and met her on October 26, 1965 upon receiving their MBEs - (Member British Empire). Paul said later that "she was just like a mum to us."

Queen Elizabeth, Her Majesty, has the distinction of being the last person mentioned on the final track on the last album The Beatles were ever to record together.

Remember, Abbey Road was the last album recorded, but not released, as it was followed by Let It Be, (Hey Jude, then Let It Be in the US) that was recorded before Abbey Road.

Her majesty's a pretty nice girl,

but she doesn't have a lot to say

Her majesty's a pretty nice girl,

but she changes from day to day

I wanna tell her that I love her a lot,

but I gotta get a belly full of wine

Her majesty's a pretty nice girl,

someday I'm gonna make her mine

Oh, yeah,

some day I'm gonna make her mine

NOTE: All lyrics contained herein are ©Copyright Northern Songs. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. The lyrics contained herein are for the sole use of educational reference for the readers of this article. All other uses are in violation of international copyright laws. This use for educational reference, falls under the "fair use" sections of U.S. copyright law. Copyright © John T. Marck. All Rights Reserved. This article and their accompanying pictures, photographs, and line art, may not be resold, reprinted, or redistributed for compensation of any kind without prior written permission from the author, or the registered copyright holders. Except as otherwise stated above, all information contained in this article, EXCEPT song titles, lyrics, and photographs © John T. Marck.

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