About the Song

The Beatles are a famous rock band from Liverpool, England, consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They sparked a global music revolution and left an indelible mark on the history of world music.

“Hey Jude” is one of The Beatles’ most famous songs, first released in 1968. This song was written by Paul McCartney and is credited as a Lennon-McCartney composition. Originally titled “Hey Jules,” McCartney wrote the song to comfort Julian, John Lennon’s son, during his parents’ divorce.

At over seven minutes long, “Hey Jude” was the longest single ever released at the time. The song’s ending, with its nearly four-minute “na-na-na” chant, has become iconic and widely beloved. Its gentle melody, deep and emotional lyrics have touched the hearts of many generations of listeners.


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