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George Harrison may have been known as “the quiet Beatle,” but his nickname had little to do with his songwriting contributions. Throughout his time in the Fab Four, the guitarist developed his own songwriting talents despite the strength of the Lennon-McCartney partnership, penning classic tracks like “Here Comes the Sun” shortly before the band broke up. It was clear that Harrison had been bubbling with ideas all along when, in 1970, he released the triple album “All Things Must Pass,” which went platinum six times and spawned two Top 10 singles, “My Sweet Lord” and “What Is Life.”

As we fondly remember the life of George Harrison today (Nov. 29) - the tenth anniversary of his passing - we celebrate his 10 biggest Billboard hits on the Hot 100. 

R.I.P. George. We’ll steal a line from you and just say, “All things must pass, all things must pass away.”

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