My Sweet Lord – George Harrison’s classic song | This Day In Music
Written by News Bot on August 31, 2020
31 Aug 1976, George Harrison was found guilty of ‘subconscious plagiarism’ of the Ronnie Mack song ‘He’s So Fine’ when writing ‘My Sweet Lord’. Earnings from the song were awarded to Mack’s estate; The Chiffons then recorded their own version of ‘My Sweet Lord’. https://
After The Beatles, George had accumulated hundreds of songs, many appeared on All Things Must Pass. My Sweet Lord was originally intended for Billy Preston.
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