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Harrison on Harrison (Joel Harrison) · He Was Fab: A Loving Tribute to George Harrison (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Best of George Harrison (George Harrison) · George Harrison (George Harrison) · Songs by George Harrison (George Harrison) · He Was Fab: A Loving Tribute to George Harrison (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Let It Roll: The Best of George Harrison (George Harrison) · George Harrison's Jukebox: The Music That Inspired the Man (George Harrison) · George Harrison [Bonus Tracks] (George Harrison) · George Harrison (George Harrison) – and 90 other albums »


the song from Neal:

"Yes, Beware of Darkness was written by George Harrison, the ex-Beatle. It is the first cut on the 'All Things Must Pass' album
By George Harrison


WRACK MY BRAIN, WRACK MY BRAIN,
TILL MY HEAD'S FILLED WITH PAIN,
WRACK MY BRAIN.

ALL DRIED UP, I'M ALL DRIED UP,
ALL I HAVE'S
By George Harrison


UH-HOO!

IT'S A SUNSHINE LIFE FOR ME,
IF I COULD GET AWAY FROM THIS CLOUD OVER ME,
SEEMS TO JUST FOLLOW ME AROUND.

IT'S
Of Pennsylvania Avenue 

George Washington was the first, you see 
He once chopped down a cherry tree 

D:President number two would be 
John Adams and then
Pump pump pom pom POING! 

Yo  this goes out  to George Bush 

Get off my... diggi diggi diggi dick  diggi diggi diggi dick 

Diggi diggi diggi
and sirens
Niggas open fire
Buncha Thug Life niggas on the rise
Until I die
Ask me why I'm a Boss Player gettin' high
And when I'm rollin' by
Niggas Can't C Me
And when I'm rollin' by
Niggas Can't see Me

The stares of a million pairs of eyes
And you'll never realize
You can't see Me

Been getten worried that
By way to Overtown and look at this city
Open to Grove and the South Miami
Wedwood Highlear, look Eddie, look 'Bana
Some many ice P-Rhymes rich
to Florida City, Opa-Locka 
By way to Overtown and look at this city
Open to Grove and the South Miami
Wedwood Highlear, look Eddie, look 'Bana
Some many ice