Rayman’s Song of the Day-All Those Years Ago by George Harrison
George Harrison originally wrote the song with different lyrics for Ringo Starr to record. Although he recorded it, Starr felt the vocal was too high for his range and he did not like the words. Harrison took the track back and, after Lennon's death, the lyrics were changed to reflect a tribute to Harrison's lost friend and colleague, John Lennon. In the song, Harrison makes reference to The Beatles song All You Need is Love and the Lennon song Imagine ("you were the one who imagined it all").