Carry That Weight

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Boy, you're gonna carry that weight,
Carry that weight a long time.
Boy, you're gonna carry that weight,
Carry that weight a long time.

I never give you my pillow,
I only send you my invitations.
And in the middle of the celebrations,
I break down.

Boy, you're gonna carry that weight,
Carry that weight a long time.
Boy, you're gonna carry that weight,
Carry that weight a long time.

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"Carry That Weight"
Song by the Beatles from the album Abbey Road
Released 26 September 1969
Recorded 2 July-15 August 1969
Genre Rock
Length 1:36
Label Apple Records
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Abbey Road track listing

"Carry That Weight" is a song by the Beatles. Released on Abbey Road and part of the long, climactic medley that closes the album, it features vocals from all four Beatles (a rarity in their songs). It is preceded by "Golden Slumbers", and segues into "The End".

The middle bridge, featuring brass instruments, electric guitar and vocals, reprises the beginning of "You Never Give Me Your Money", but with different lyrics. The ending also reprises the arpeggiated guitar motif from the end of that track, similar to the figure featured prominently in the George Harrison written tracks "Here Comes the Sun" and "Badge" (co-written by Harrison and Eric Clapton). The song was written by Paul McCartney, but credited to Lennon–McCartney.

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