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The Beatles: The Long and Winding Road (1970)

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Paul McCartney
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The DVD track is from the film Let It Be, with footage being used from the same recording sessions as "Let It Be". The only exception with both videos is that the audio from the sessions was used in this video instead of the one for "Let It Be".

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English

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