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Everybody, Nobody is an early draft of George Harrison's song Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp, which appeared in final form on 'All Things Must Pass' in 1970. George recorded quite a lot of demos for Phil Spector, who was going to produce the album, and many of these were recently released on the 50th Anniversary Edition of the album.
This lesson shows George's unusual voicings of the common chords in the arrangement, including his surprising, abrupt end to the song.