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Song you are on a kick of right now?
2 February 2013
5.52pm
pepperland
fixing a hole where the rain gets in
Casbah Coffee Club
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I don't know if anyone else has said this, but I am listening to "A World Without Love" a lot now when Paul's demo was released because i really like it and I think that The Beatles could of done it aswell.

2 February 2013
8.10pm
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A Tunisian Amphitheatre
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I love You're Going To Lose That Girl uninhibitedly since watching the Help! film on DVD for the first time a month or so ago. That sequence where they play it is unbelievable, and not even silly like the ones for Ticket To Ride or I Need You. That said, I also like I Need You a whole lot more since watching the film; meanwhile, my current obsession with YGtLTG (which I never used to like very much) is about to tip over into annoyance. The next one will probably off Beatles For Sale - No Reply perhaps?

13 February 2013
9.51pm
Sun Girl
A Beginning
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Old Brown Shoe, For You Blue( love george's voice in this and his amazing guitar skills!) Abbey Road medley, especially Golden Slumbers, Martha My Dear, Girl and Mother natures son. Mainly Paul and george's a-hard-days-night-ringo-4 I just really like the lyrical melody of Golden Slumbers, For You Blue, mother natures son and girl(as well as johns singing in girl). Abbey Road medley is just an really great variety of tunes. The Old Brown Shoe just has great guitar riffs I think, and always puts me in a good mood a-hard-days-night-george-9

 

as for not beatles songs maybe this is a low by blur in parklife and wonderwall by oasis 

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17 February 2013
9.42pm
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Right now i could listen to Yesterday 20 times and not be fed up in the slightest; currently Take 1 is on, take 2 (kind of an outfake but since take 2 was just Paul and his guitar...) to finish and then the final version. Probably because im tired and feel like absolute crap so fits my frame of mind and its quiet. Listened to the Martin orchestral YS stuff simply because it not loud, more soothing.

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
17 February 2013
10.22pm
Loony-Lucy
Italy
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Lately Hello, Goodbye: I'm not even listening to it that much, but I can't get it out of my head. It's becoming a bit annoying!

At the moment I like listening to Rubber Soul + Revolver together (when there's time).

18 February 2013
4.34pm
Linde
The Netherlands
Apple rooftop
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Every Little Thing and Old Brown Shoe. Don't even know why, but lately I have the urge to listen to those songs very often.

24 February 2013
1.14am
Egroeg Evoli
Across the universe
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For some reason, Sexy Sadie. I don't know why. Maybe it's because I used to dislike it, but now that I've listened to it more, I like it and want to listen to it.

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24 February 2013
1.21am
parlance
Slaggers
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The bassline from "Saw Her Standing There." Just the bassline, can't get it out of my head.

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28 February 2013
2.25pm
Loony-Lucy
Italy
The Indra
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It's All Too Much, in the last days, I can't really say why. Not the best song, but I find it strangely fascinating.

28 February 2013
2.49pm
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Loony-Lucy said
It's All Too Much, in the last days, I can't really say why. Not the best song, but I find it strangely fascinating.

That is the last song I heard this morning before leaving the house for work. It will be in my head until I get home.

 

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28 February 2013
5.28pm
vonbontee
Inside a Letterbox
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I'm not really "on a kick of" it, but I currently can't seem to get "You're Gonna Lose That Girl" out of my head - a not entirely pleasurable feeling, 'cause that one's never been a real favourite! It always struck me as just a more obvious retread of "She Loves You" lyrically, without the crashing excitement of that one. But for some reason (even though I haven't played Help! in five days) the song's unusual touches - that non-stop lead bongo commentary and Greek-chorus backing vocals - won't leave me alone this morning, and I'm finding it not-unpleasant. So that's, uh, something. (But I still wish I had a song I liked better stuck in my head instead!)

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28 February 2013
5.48pm
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Sitting in an English garden
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I've had 'Whatever Gets You Thru The Night' going round in my head these last few days. Maybe it´s a sign, as life gets a little tough (as it often does), it´s like John is a voice inside my head telling me to keep strong.

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

1 March 2013
3.31am
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Sitarday's room
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Loony-Lucy said
It's All Too Much, in the last days, I can't really say why. Not the best song, but I find it strangely fascinating.

Me too!! I love it!!!

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2 April 2013
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I am on such a "Besame Mucho" kick right now...  I can't get enough!!!  (Anthology version)  heartheartheart

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

2 April 2013
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LongHairedLady said
I am on such a "Besame Mucho" kick right now...  I can't get enough!!!  (Anthology version)  heartheartheart

Cha Cha Boom!paul-mccartney

Lately for me, it's been 'Hey Bulldog'.

To the fountain of perpetual mirth, Let it roll for all its worth.

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2 April 2013
9.24pm
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America
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One way I am not perhaps a bonafide "Beatles fan" is that I don't listen to the Beatles -- like one does with normal music.  The entire Beatles oeuvre is like a giant chest of old but beautiful jewels.  Each of the many jewels is a Beatles song.  Now and then, I open up the chest, look at all the glittering gold & silver, all the rubies and diamonds and emeralds and amethysts, and I pick one particular amulet out to look more closely at it and enjoy it.  Then I put it back in the chest, close the lid and take the ladder back down from the attic to get on with the rest of my day.

 Often several days -- occasionally even weeks -- may pass before I have a desire to go back up into the attic and take out another jewel to contemplate.

Faded flowers, wait in a jar, till the evening is complete... complete... complete... complete...
2 April 2013
10.28pm
Linde
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Loony-Lucy said
It's All Too Much, in the last days, I can't really say why. Not the best song, but I find it strangely fascinating.

^

It's now this one for me too. I like the horns in it. I like the whole chorus. The verses are a bit week though but it's still very catchy

2 April 2013
11.56pm
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Nowhere Land
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Suicide/Let's Love/All Of You/I'll Give You A Ring, from One Hand Clapping

I don't understand why we didn't get these songs as bonus tracks for the Band On The Run deluxe set. We got all these other songs from One Hand Clapping that I could do just the same without. Also, I like this version of Suicide way better than whatever one was in the McCartney set.

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3 April 2013
3.52pm
fabfouremily
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Been listening to a lot of Led Zeppelin lately, particularly 'Ramble On' and 'Travelling Riverside Blues'.

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

3 April 2013
9.42pm
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Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now by The Smiths.

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