My Sweet Lord
My Sweet Lord - George Harrison
Single by George Harrison


Folk Rock, Gospel


November 23, 1970


All Things Must Pass

A- Side

My Sweet Lord

B- Side

Isn't it a Pity

My Sweet Lord is one of George Harrison's most famous songs. It is for the Indian god Krishna and is on his first solo album after the split of the Beatles, All Things Must Pass. Despite the song's success on the charts (reaching  #1 on all charts except for in South Africa), it was not without its controversy due a plagiarism lawsuit over My Sweet Lord's similarities to the Ronald Mack-penned "He's So Fine", a 1963 hit for the all-girl doo-wop group The Chiffons.
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