The Beatles - Let it be (Kalimba Tab)

The Beatles' song let it be is an iconic song that was released in 1970. It was written by Paul McCartney and produced by Phil Spector. The song has a simple yet powerful melody that is accompanied by gospel-inspired backing vocals and a stunning piano solo. The lyrics are reflective and introspective, with McCartney urging listeners to find peace in the face of adversity.

The song begins with the line "When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me," referencing McCartney's mother, Mary, who had passed away when he was just a teenager. The song's title, "Let it Be," is a reference to a dream McCartney had in which his mother appeared and offered him words of wisdom. The song's message is one of hope, with McCartney encouraging listeners to embrace the challenges of life and find solace in their faith.

The song's release came at a tumultuous time for The Beatles, who were on the brink of breaking up. "Let it Be" was the band's final single before they disbanded, and it was seen as a farewell to their fans. The song's message of hope and resilience struck a chord with listeners, and it remains one of The Beatles' most beloved songs. The song has been covered by numerous artists over the years, including Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, and Mariah Carey. It has also been used in numerous films and TV shows, cementing its status as a cultural touchstone.

In addition to its musical and cultural significance, "Let it Be" also has a fascinating backstory. The song was recorded during the tumultuous sessions for The Beatles' final album, also titled "Let it Be." The album was initially intended to be a raw, stripped-down affair, with the band recording live in the studio. However, tensions between the band members led to a strained recording process, and the album's producer, Phil Spector, was brought in to salvage the project.

Spector's production techniques, which included adding strings and choir vocals, were controversial among the band members, and the resulting album was seen as a departure from The Beatles' earlier sound. However, "Let it Be" remains one of the album's standout tracks, a testament to McCartney's songwriting prowess and Spector's innovative production techniques.

Letter notes

C° E° D° (C°A) E E° G°
(F F° A°) A° G° G° (E° F)
C° C° A G (E° C) E G E
(E° C) G E° E° F° E° E°
G (G B D°)
E° D° (C° F A C)
(G E) (F D) (E C)
G G (G E) C A E (G D)
G° C° D° (D° A) E° E° D°
(D°F) A C° (E°C) G E° E°
F° E° E° G (G B D°)
E° D° (C° F A C)
(G E) (F D) (E C) C
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(D° F) A C° (E° C) G E° E°
F° E° E° G (G B D°)
E° D° (C° F A C)
(G E) (F D) (E C) C
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(F F° A°) A° G° G° (E° F)
C° C° A G (E° C) E G E
(E° C) G E° E° F° E° E°
G (G B D°)
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(G E) (F D) (E C)
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Number notation

1° 3° 2° (1°6) 3 3° 5°
(4 4° 6°) 6° 5° 5° (3° 4)
1° 1° 6 5 (3° 1) 3 5 3
(3° 1) 5 3° 3° 4° 3° 3°
5 (5 7 2°)
3° 2° (1° 4 6 1)
(5 3) (4 2) (3 1)
5 5 (5 3) 1 6 3 (5 2)
5° 1° 2° (2° 6) 3° 3° 2°
(2°4) 6 1° (3°1) 5 3° 3°
4° 3° 3° 5 (5 7 2°)
3° 2° (1° 4 6 1)
(5 3) (4 2) (3 1) 1
5 5 (5 3) 1 6 3 (5 2)
5° 1° 2° (2°6) 3° 3° 2°
(2° 4) 6 1° (3° 1) 5 3° 3°
4° 3° 3° 5 (5 7 2°)
3° 2° (1° 4 6 1)
(5 3) (4 2) (3 1) 1
1° 3° 2° (1° 6) 3 3° 5°
(4 4° 6°) 6° 5° 5° (3° 4)
1° 1° 6 5 (3° 1) 3 5 3
(3° 1) 5 3° 3° 4° 3° 3°
5 (5 7 2°)
3° 2° (1° 4 6 1)
(5 3) (4 2) (3 1)
1° 3° 2° (1° 6) 3 3° 5°
(4 4° 6°) 6° 5° 5° (3° 4)
1° 1° 6 5 (3°1) 3 5 3
(3° 1) 5 3° 3° 4° 3° 3°
5 (5 7 2°)
3° 2° (1° 4 6 1)
(5 3) (4 2) (3 1)

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