The Beatles song inspired by Paul McCartney’s mother that ended up becoming a Christian anthem without meaning to — Rock&Pop

For millions of people around the world, the Beatles was the band responsible for some of the most beautiful compositions in history. Whether for their melodies or their lyrics, many of the British songs They have become true anthems over the years.

Some of the exciting lyrics composed by the band have served as emblems of movements and beliefs. However, he wrote many times could lend themselves to other interpretations.

The story behind Let It Be by The Beatles

Let It Be is a perfect example of how a song thought in a specific way, It can mean something totally different to other people.. Since for many listeners the song The Beatles was perceived from a quite different angle than planned.

The song composed by Paul McCartney caused one of the most interesting confusions in the history of the band. This after a part of his letter made millions They will consider this song as a Christian hymn.

This phrase corresponds to the very first verse of Let It Bewhere you can listen “When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me” (When sometimes I find myself in trouble, Mother Mary comes to me). As many will be able to decipher, since the release of this music icon in March 1970, A large part of the public thought that the lyrics had the Virgin Mary as their central theme.

However, including the famous Christian figure It was never part of McCartney’s plan, who He would have been inspired by his mother named Mary. She died when the famous Beatle was only 14 years old.. And in the moment before creating the song, while the atmosphere in The Beatles was tense just before their breakup, She appeared to him in his dreams.

Paul McCartney, his mother Mary and his brother Peter

“She was reassuring me saying ‘Everything is going to be okay, just let it be (let it be in English)’. She felt so good. She told me positive things. I woke up and thought, ‘What was that? she said let it be’. That’s good’. So I wrote the song Let It Be from that feeling of positivity” Paul McCartney said in an interview with James Corden.

Despite becoming a global success, Paul McCartney always hated the religious connotation that he never wanted the song inspired by his mother to have.

 
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