First, it's a classic case of a George Harrison song for the Beatles that features "naughty chords" -- sharped, diminished, and half-stepped moves departing from the standard I - IV - V structure of 12-bar blues. There were those, sometimes close to home, who faulted George for this R&B apostasy. Not me.
Second, Rubber Soul never, ever gets played enough.
Third, this album put me through a phase where I thought that every song could be improved with a fuzz bass. My bandmates of those days gently but firmly set me straight in time.
And finally, "Think for Yourself" sounds like a relationship break-up song, but it ain't:
Written and sung by George Harrison, it is a warning against listening to lies. In his book I Me Mine he writes, "But all this time later, I don't quite recall who inspired that tune. Probably the government."