Lennon and McCartney took on the vast bulk of compositional duties for the Beatles work, but there were a good handful of songs credited to Harrison, including this one. A candidate for his most popular contribution, Here Comes the Sun is a serene, heart-swelling piece of music, evoking the somewhat paradoxical aura of gentle, unbridled optimism. It’s vastly distinct from the rest of Abbey Road, but is certainly not minimised as a result.