Q. What is your favorite Beatles song?

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What is your favorite Beatles song?

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Jul, 2018

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  • sprite1950

    It’s hard to choose because I grew up in a time when the Beatles were at their peak. I think if I had to choose I would say The Long and Winding Road. but there are many more that I love.


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  • muhammad24

    Happiness is a Warm Gun from the White Album.


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  • joerov+ocm

    ‘A Day in the Life’ from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
    It has everything that a die-hard Beatles fan could want, all condensed into a single Beatles song. As well as that, it includes a couple of gems as an added bonus.
    To me, this was one of their last songs from their age of ‘purity’, prior to getting into spiritual/mystical concepts and mind altering chemicals.
    “Sugarplum fairy, sugarplum fairy”


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  • ajinkya1396

    The songs ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Let It Be’, ‘I Am The Walrus’, ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonly Heart Club Band’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ are also worth mentioning.


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  • crypto.bit182

    Helter Skelter (1968)
    One of the Beatles’ toughest tracks is all raging guitars, scarred vocal cords and blistered fingers. Its abrasive tone rocks the tranquility found elsewhere on the White Album, while still being an integral part of that LP’s sturdy-but-crumbling structure.


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    While my guitar gently weeps


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  • stirling

    Happiness is a Warm Gun from the White Album.


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  • cryptodad

    All My Loving - the text, the music and that pauses between parts … the masterpiece


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  • dan54

    I think the Magical Mystery tour is the best Beatles album and it has 4 of my favourite songs on it!

    I love i am the Walrus to make me feel better and if im a bit down i listen to strawberry fields!

    I love them both the same!


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  • pearljam

    “Abbey Road Medley”
    From : Abbey Road (1969)

    The piece stands as one of the group’s greatest works, an explosion of compositions stitched together as a sprawling, career-defining summation.

    I love the track.


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What kind of music sets your mood each day? Most of us say that music speaks when we can no longer express ourselves in words. Music has been evolving for years now. Thousands of years ago, there were no available musical instruments yet different kinds of musical instruments are invented and many genius musicians later on rose to fame. You're maybe one of the music lovers who follow renowned musicians in the world and plays your own instrument impressively. Or, you can be a simple individual who is trying real hard to learn a single instrument. Music is planted in the hearts of men and they can never be separated.

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