Think for Yourself

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"Think for Yourself"
Song by the Beatles
from the album Rubber Soul
PublishedNorthern Songs
Released3 December 1965
Recorded8 November 1965
StudioEMI, London
GenrePop rock
Songwriter(s)George Harrison
Producer(s)George Martin

"Think for Yourself" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was first released on the band's 1965 album Rubber Soul.[1][2] It was written by the band's lead guitarist George Harrison. Some people think that the song tells the listener to think independantly in a political way, but it can also be seen as a love song.[3] The song had influences from Bob Dylan.[4][5] The song also has a fuzz bass played by Paul McCartney.[6]

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According to Ian MacDonald:[7]

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  1. Miles 2001, p. 215.
  2. Lewisohn 2005, pp. 69, 200.
  3. Guesdon & Margotin 2013, p. 288.
  4. Leng 2006, pp. 18–19.
  5. Inglis 2010, p. 6.
  6. Guesdon & Margotin 2013, pp. 288, 289.
  7. MacDonald 2005, p. 178.
  8. Fontenot, Robert. "The Beatles Songs: 'Think For Yourself' – The history of this classic Beatles song". Archived from the original on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 21 November 2017.

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