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“I'm no Lennon scholar, but didn't he write a song called Taxman and wasn't the lower tax rates in the USA part of his motivation for moving here.”
“I really, really want to hear the "Taxman" part of this, referred to in the "Day in the Life" section.”
“I seem to recall that back in '96, Bob Dole was using The Beatles'"Taxman" as a campaign song until the late, lamented George Harrison requested he stop, on the grounds that Mr. Harrison (slightly paraphrasing) "found all politicians equally repugnant".”
“-- The Beatles When George Harrison wrote "Taxman" back in the 1960s, that line came across as witty hyperbole.”
“Radio stations will also be prohibited from playing 'Taxman' or any other record that has lyrics mentioning the collection of taxes.”
“My first take would be he's thinking about "Taxman", but that's just a guess ...”
“I got a huge kick out of hearing the solo from "Taxman" inserted into "Drive My Car.”
“He may have been a decent songwriter from 'Taxman' onwards, but George Harrison was certainly no singer.”
“And given he didn't even play the most convincing guitar solos to feature on Beatles records - 'Taxman', 'Sgt Pepper', 'Good Morning Good Morning', 'Get Back' - he wasn't that much cop as an instrumentalist either.”
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