For many music lovers, Hey Jude remains one of the most iconic recordings in the canon of popular song.
Now, more than five decades after its release, the handwritten lyrics of The Beatles’ 1968 classic has gone on display after it was donated to a museum by former Hollyoaks actress, Davinia Taylor.
The words were scribbled down by Paul McCartney in a notebook owned by the band’s personal assistant, Mal Evans. It also includes a part-lyric for Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, recording notes by George Harrison for All You Need Is Love and lyrics for a number of other songs.
Now valued at more than £1million, the jotter – which also features drawings by Sir Paul – was given to actress-turned-author Ms Taylor as a 21st birthday present.
It was bought by her tycoon father Alan…
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