When The Beatles realized the British government was collecting most of their earnings in taxes, they expressed their frustration with "Taxman
," a track from their 1966 Revolver
album. Three years later, they had more money problems, this time driven by internal affairs. When their manager Brian Epstein died in 1967, they were burdened with handling their own finances, which became a source of tension in the band and led to some disastrous business dealings, including the Apple Boutique. Paul McCartney responded with "You Never Give Me Your Money," where he expresses his own fiscal frustration.