CAFFE` LATTE` PRESENTS
A countdown of the 200 songs possessing the best lyrics of all-time. A playlist on spotify will be added at the end of the week.
“…And in the end,
the love you take,
is equal to
the love you make...”
The aptly-titled "The End" was one of the final recordings by The Beatles on their last studio LP 'Abbey Road'. Although it was released in 1969 and prior to 'Let It Be', the former was completed after that disc.
Paul McCartney contributed the lyrics, although the song (as was their custom) is credited to both him and John Lennon. The line "... and in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love you make" adds a philosophical edge to the track.
As new songs are covered on this blog, a definitive version will be added to a spotify playlist. Find it and the other Caffé Latté playlists at: