My Sweet Lord

"My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison is performed in the original key of A major. Released in 1970 as a single and featured on Harrison's triple album "All Things Must Pass," the song became one of his most famous solo works. George Harrison, a former member of The Beatles, wrote and composed the song, drawing inspiration from his spiritual beliefs and incorporating elements of Hindu mantra into the lyrics. "My Sweet Lord" topped charts worldwide, becoming a significant hit and earning critical acclaim. Notably, the song faced legal challenges regarding its similarity to the Chiffons' "He's So Fine," leading to a copyright infringement lawsuit that lasted for years. Despite the controversy, "My Sweet Lord" remains a beloved classic, known for its uplifting melody, rich instrumentation, and Harrison's soulful vocals, serving as a testament to his exploration of spirituality through music.