I've Got a Feeling
- Paul McCartney – lead vocal, bass
- John Lennon – lead vocal, rhythm guitar
- George Harrison – lead guitar
- Ringo Starr – drums
- Billy Preston – electric piano
I've Got a Feeling came out on the Let It Be album, opening the second half. It is a combination of two songs: Paul McCartney's I've Got a Feeling and John Lennon's song, Everybody Had a Hard Year. The central guitar riff came from a third song, Lennon's Watching Rainbows. The first two songs were incomplete in January of 1969 when they were sung as a medley in the Rooftop Concert. The blend of the two songs is quite quirky: Paul's song is a positive, happy love song to his then fiancée and later wife, Linda Eastman. It says that she is the one he had always searched for. John's song is the reverse, a pessimistic litany of phrases, each one commencing with "Everybody . . ." He was indeed having a hard year with a divorce, a drug bust, a heroine habit, his lover's miscarriage, and a profound discontent with the other members of his group. Other versions of this song appeared in Anthology 3 and on the 2003 release, Let It Be . . . Naked.