It's What You Value

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"It's What You Value"
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Single by George Harrison
from the album Thirty Three & 1/3
B-side"Woman Don't You Cry for Me"
Released31 May 1977
GenreRock, pop
LabelDark Horse
Songwriter(s)George Harrison
Producer(s)George Harrison with Tom Scott
George Harrison singles chronology
"True Love"
"It's What You Value"
"Blow Away"

"It's What You Value" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released on his 1976 album Thirty Three & 1/3. As a single release in the United Kingdom, in May 1977, it was issued in a generic sleeve.[1]

The lyrics in the song are in reference to Harrison paying drummer Jim Keltner with a Mercedes 450 SL, in lieu of financial payment, for playing on his 1974 Dark Horse Tour.[2]



  1. ^ George Harrison – It's What You Value
  2. ^ Rodriguez, Robert (March 15, 2010). Fab Four FAQ 2.0: The Beatles' Solo Years, 1970-1980. Backbeat Books. ISBN 9780879309688 – via Google Books.