Here Comes the sun

"Here Comes the Sun" is a song by the famous British rock band The Beatles. It was written by George Harrison and released in 1969 as part of their album Abbey Road. The song is performed in the key of A major. A notable fact about this track is that George Harrison composed it while taking a break from a tense band meeting at the Apple Corps headquarters. It is said that his inspiration came from the relief of being outside in the sunshine. The melody of "Here Comes the Sun" is characterized by a bright and uplifting spirit, featuring Harrison's intricate guitar work and harmonies that beautifully complement the overall composition.