“LET IT BE” …..SONG by the Beatles


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Although many Beatle followers and song lovers attribute “Let it Be” to the history of the well-known British Rock group, the song’s significance can be understood by its lyrics.

The Beatles’ song “Let it Be” is personal for those that experienced the 1960s era of many changes from a generational perspective which consisted of trials, new experiences, copings of various kinds including those that led to cultural adaptions.

“Let it Be” is a song about life and the acceptance of life’s journey, choices and all that evolve from any of its occurrences. And, carriaged within the entire song is a spiritual message that beckons listeners and Beatle fans to submit through its heavenly inspiration, faithfully. No controversy here, only analytical interpretations of phrased, lyrical meanings.

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Let It Be is a song by The Beatles, released in March 6th 1970 as a single, and as the title track of their album Let It Be. Although credited to Lennon/McCartney it is generally accepted to be a Paul McCartney composition.
The single reached #1 in the U.S., Australia, Italy, Norway and Switzerland and #2 in the UK.

It was the final single released by the Beatles while the band was still active. The song was played in the ending of the song, “The Complete Beatles.”

LET IT BE – (Lyrics)

When I
find myself in times of trouble,
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom,
let it be
And in my hour of darkness she
is standing right in front of me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be
Let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be
Whisper words of wisdom, let…

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23 thoughts on ““LET IT BE” …..SONG by the Beatles

  1. So interesting that Paul stated that he was speaking about his own mother, Mary, when he was writing that song. It puts a whole different spin on it!

    1. You know somehow I do not believe that. For some strange reason I believe the attribute was changed because some people do not want to be religiously depicted. Many have accepted it as a Catholic song. If it were a song about his birth mother, the lyrics would have been understood if re-worded differently as “mom or my dear mom or mother”. Anyhow, those are my thoughts Val.

      1. I heard Paul say it in an interview. I always thought it was about the Virgin Mary also, but in the interview he said he was talking about his mother who had died when he was young. Check it out. He said it came to him in a dream.

      2. No Val I don’t believe. it to be a “now thing” of change, but something back then. My conjecture is again, he was /they were inspired to make the song and may be thought about religious repercussions and decided if asked he would make the attribute to his birth mom. We must keep in mind too, there were a few spiritual songs on the same accord that came from Lennon and Harrison. Actually, I believe they were quite Christian or spiritual.

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