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I found another Al Green Beatles cover, everyone

OK, this didn't take much digging, but I had missed it at first, when I claimed that "I Want to Hold Your Hand" was the only Beatles song that Al Green had covered. Here he is doing "Get Back," and it's actually probably even better than the first cover I had found.
Al Green is perfect. @caricakes will enjoy this - I know she was looking for more of the Reverend.
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You're a legend for sifting through and finding this Al Green cover, looking forward to seeing more awesome crossover genre cards like this soon!
@christianmordi thanks man! stay tuned!
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