NB. Je n'arrive pas à inclure le lien du vidéo de la chanson mais il fonctionne dans l'article original.
Via le QL:
|Montréal, December 8, 2001 / No 94|
George Harrison composed "Taxman," with a little help from his friend John Lennon, in 1966,
after The Beatles took a closer look at what they owed Her Majesty's tax collectors.
"Taxman was [written] when I first realized that even though we had started earning money,
we were actually giving most of it away in taxes. It was and still is typical," said Harrison in
a 1980 interview.
As our way of remembering Mr. Harrison, QL offers this anti-tax anthem, written when
Britain had a 95% top tax rate – thus, the lyrics "one for you, nineteen for me".