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The Beatles’ handwritten lyrics for Hey Jude to go on display in Liverpool

By Benjamin Butterworth

Late Editor and Senior Reporter

Lyrics to The Beatles classic “Hello Jude”, written by Sir Paul McCartney, are to plod on repeat for the well-known time.

The pocket e book, compiled from 1967-1968, belonged to tour supervisor Mal Evans, who changed into a phase-time bouncer at Liverpool’s Cavern Membership when he changed into signed up as a bodyguard and roadie to the arena’s perfect band.

Fans will also secure to search lyrics for “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band”, recording notes by George Harrison for “All You Need Is Luxuriate in”, and poetry and doodles drawn by Sir Paul.

Stephen Maycock, a specialist in Beatles memorabilia, mentioned the e book offered “a animated insight into the Beatles’ inventive project”.

Fans will also secure to search lyrics for ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band’, notes by George Harrison for ‘All You Need Is Luxuriate in’ and poetry and doodles by Sir Paul (Photo: The Beatles Narrative)

Mr Maycock told the BBC: “Mal’s pocket e book is a bid doc, preserving because it does this form of extremely most well-known length in the occupation of the greatest band in pop track history.

“It offers a animated insight into The Beatles’ inventive project and shows staunch form how conclude Mal changed into to that.”

That is also exhibited at The Beatles Narrative in Liverpool from 22 February.

The e book will also be displayed for the well-known time after being purchased in an auction by a Liverpool businessman.

Amongst different items of track history, it involves notes for the songs “For The Serve of Mr Kite”, “Correct Morning Correct Morning”, and “All Collectively Now”.

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