You Can't Make It Drink
It's a funny thing, intention.
You think you're doing something. You insist you're doing only that thing.
But you're not.
You're doing something else. The opposite of what you thought. What you insisted.
And if someone points it out to you, you object.
You rant and rave. You rail against it.
You don't want to hear it. Don't want to consider it.
You wear down anyone who points it out to you.
Until they give up.
Until they go away.
Until they think four times before bringing it up again.
You live your life with blinders on.
And insist you're the only one who sees the whole picture.
Needless to say, this doesn't help anyone. Especially you.
When this was recorded, George Harrison was too weak to play guitar. He was probably too weak to sing properly, but he sang it anyway. Eight weeks later, he was dead.
And Sam Brown just knocks this out of the park in the Concert for George. But you already knew that.