Here are 20 best Beatles songs of all time…
Eleanor Rigby (Revolver 1966) — One of the best songs by The Beatles, Rigby is a slower song that tells the story of an old lonely woman. Is has some really great lyrics, and the way the song was constructed and played helps this one stand out on its own.
Strawberry Fields Forever (Magical Mystery Tour 1967) — This was one of the first songs to use a Mellotron, which was an early synthesizer that Lennon used for some cool sounds. Strawberry Fields was actually a song about an area where Lennon grew up, and he wanted to put down in words feelings that he had about it.
All You Need Is Love (Yellow Submarine 1967) — You could see this song as a Beatles attempt to infuse a nation at war with itself. A part of the Summer of Love (or maybe a catalyst), the song caught on quick, and was performed live on television before it even made it to an album.
Let It Be (Let It Be 1970) — Let It Be could be a statement about life, and what needs to be left behind in order for people to move on. Its a slow, beautiful song that Paul wrote about the loss of his mother, and ended up being one of the last hits that The Beatles would release.
Hey Jude (Hey Jude 1968) — Another one of their slower songs, this was an effort from Paul about Lennon’s son Julian. This song redefined what could be played on the radio, clocking in at 7 minutes and 11 seconds. Far longer than a normal single, and proving that listeners were willing to give songs of this length a chance on the radio. It is probably one of the best songs ever written.
I Am The Walrus (Magical Mystery Tour 1967) — If any song showed of their talent of writing while on drugs, you could point at this song. It is crazy, it makes no sense, and you can place as much meaning, or as little as you want, depending on your state of mind at the time. It is a fun song though, and another one of my favorites. Read more »
Here you will find a list of all The Beatles songs.
Across The Universe
A Day In The Life
A Hard Days Night
A taste of honey
The Beatles Abbey Road
All I’ve gotta do
All my loving
And I Love Her
And Your Bird Can Sing
Any Time At All
Ask me why
Baby its you
Baby’s In Black
Baby You’re A Rich Man Lyris
Back In The USSR
Beatles for Sale Album
Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite
Blue Jay Way
Boys Read more »
- I’m sorry that I doubted you, I was so unfair. You were in a car crash, and you lost your hair. (The Beatles song “Don’t Pass Me By”)
- Little child, little child, won’t you come dance with me? I’m so sad and lonely, baby take a chance with me. (The Beatles song “Little Child”)
- And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make. (The Beatles song “The End”)
- She said, I know what it’s like to be dead. (The Beatles song “She Said She Said “)
- Joan was quizzical, studied pataphysical science in her home. (The Beatles song “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer”)
- There are places I remember all my life, though some have changed. Some forever, not for better, some have gone and some remain. (The Beatles song “In My Life”)
- JoJo was a man who thought he was a loner, but he new it wouldn’t last. JoJo left his home in Tucson, Arizona for some California grass. (The Beatles song “Get Back”)
- Please, please me, oh yeah, like I please you. (The Beatles song “Please Please Me”)
- The newspaper said what are you doing in bed? I said were only trying to get some peace.(The Beatles song “Ballad Of John And Yoko”) Read more »
Dear friends, here you’ll find a list of top 10 songs by the Beatles
1. Hey Jude
2. Let It Be
3. A Day in the Life
5. Strawberry Fields Forever
6. In My Life
7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
8. Eleanor Rigby
9. Twist And Shout
10. And I Love Her
FORMED: 1960, Liverpool, England
Inspired by the “skiffle boom”, a student at Quarry Bank School in Liverpool named John Lennon decided to form a group in 1957 which laid the foundation to what was to become the most famous rock band of all time. John’s original name was “The Blackjacks”. However, this name only lasted a week and John used the school name as inspiration for the later name “The Quarry Men” in March 1957. John sang and played guitar, Colin Hanton played drums, Eric Griffiths on guitar, Pete Shotton on washboard, Rod Davis on banjo and Bill Smith on tea-chest bass. Bill was soon replaced by Ivan Vaughan.
John was inspired by “Heartbreak Hotel” and became a fan of American rock ‘n’ roll music. He introduced songs by Buddy Holly , Carl Perkins, The Coasters, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Gene Vincent into their repertoire. On July 6, 1957, Ivan Vaughan invited Paul McCartney to see their gig at The Woolton Parish Church Fete. The fifteen-year-old McCartney was introduce to sixteen-year-old Lennon and a unique song writing partnership began.
The line-up of The Quarry Men increased to seven with Paul on guitar and vocals, John Lowe on piano and George Harrison on guitar and vocals. Soon Griffiths and another member would leave, leaving a five-piece band. The group appeared at several local talent contests but had very few gigs. By January 1959, the group wasn’t operating. Although John and Paul kept in touch, George had joined the Les Stewart Quartet.
That might have been the end of The Quarry Men but they had a stroke of luck. The Les Stewart Quartet had been booked as a resident band at a new club called “The Casbah”. It was run by Mrs. Mona Best to support her son’s Pete and Rory. Stewart, upset because his guitarist Ken Brown help decorate the club, refused to play there. Ken and George walked out of the group and George contacted John and Paul, and The Quarry Men were reunited as a quartet. After about seven gigs at the club, Ken Brown left over a disagreement about money. From October 1959 to January 1960 John, Paul and George continued as a trio with Paul on drums. They called themselves “Johnny & the Moondogs”. Read more »