George Harrison's 1970 album, All Things Must Pass, was full of great tunes that he had written over the previous few years, giving him too many for the Beatles to consider. Among songs like Isn't It A Pity and My Sweet Lord, George wrote a song inspired by his new home, Friar Park, and its original owner, Frank Crisp. The song is an attempt at an old English ballad, using many archaic terms in the lyrics. He mentions some places and things around the extensive grounds as well.
This short lesson goes over the chord progression, strumming pattern (including some bass runs), and even includes a section on an early demo as the song was under construction.