There and everywhere

"There and Everywhere" by The Beatles is performed in the key of A major. Released in 1966 as part of their album "Revolver," the song was written by Paul McCartney, although credited to Lennon-McCartney as per their usual songwriting partnership. Known for its tender and romantic lyrics, "There and Everywhere" is often regarded as one of McCartney's finest compositions. The melody features lush harmonies, gentle acoustic guitar, and a soothing vocal performance from McCartney. Interestingly, McCartney has cited Brian Wilson's work with The Beach Boys as an influence on the song's harmonic structure and arrangement, highlighting the cross-pollination of musical ideas between the two iconic bands during the 1960s.