So, I'm listening to songs from those two wonderful albums (for which George Harrison once said that they could be like one album, with parts 1 & 2).
The song is 'You Won't See Me' and the lyrics go:
And I will lose my mind if you won't see me...
Run For Your Life:
And I was born with a jealous mind
Then, from 'What Goes On':
What goes on in your heart?
What goes on in your mind?
Harrison's Think For Yourself:
I know your mind's made up...
Although your mind's opaque
The ruins of the life that you had in mind...
The 1966 album:
Tomorrow Never Knows:
Turn off your mind, relax, and float down stream...
I Want To Tell You:
But if I seem to get unkind,
It's only me, it's not my mind,
That is confusing things.
+ phrase 'I don't mind' in the same song.
And what to do when...
Your day breaks, your mind aches...
(For No One)
Even if we exclude the common phrase 'I don't mind' (used in 'I'm Only Sleeping and some other songs), I'd say they use quite often the word in the songs.
I don't mind
that, I'm just pointing it out.
Well, you could do the same search for the word 'think' and you'd find how many times it has been used (Think For Yourself etc.)