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Beatles songs you love now that you used to dislike
6 June 2014
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WhereArtEsteban
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"Honey Pie"

I used to cringe at the intro. I love fancy Paul these days though

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6 June 2014
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From Me To You, She Loves You, Eight Days A Week, Another Girl, In My Life (never used to hate it, but I never saw the fuss around it), Rain, Doctor Robert, Fixing A Hole, Within You Without You, I Am The Walrus, Martha My Dear, Cry Baby Cry, Let It Be, Maxwell's Silver Hammer. There's probably more, but they are the main ones.

I can say the opposite for Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds & Come Together, two songs I used to like a load a year ago than I do now.

6 June 2014
10.03am
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When I first listened to "A Day In The Life" I was confused but I played it again and again and I found it a little scary at one point but now "A Day In The Life" is my No 1. Beatles song. I don't know what was wrong with me, maybe I was a new Beatles fan then and I first time ever listened to Real Music. a-hard-days-night-john-1

2 July 2014
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Savoy Truffle is a song about candy for Christ's sake! But then I realized, this is just a catchy song about candy. And then I was like, whooh! Something to commemorate my sweet tooth! At least it doesn't have adult undertones like Beyonce's song about "skittles" (*shudder*).

"Something in the way she moves . . . attracts me like a pomegranate" - George Harrison
2 July 2014
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rf61014 said
Savoy Truffle is a song about candy for Christ's sake! But then I realized, this is just a catchy song about candy. And then I was like, whooh! Something to commemorate my sweet tooth! At least it doesn't have adult undertones like Beyonce's song about "skittles" (*shudder*).

Sorry, what!? Skittles as in those "taste the rainbow" sweeties? Beyonce has used those in some sort of adult way? I don't think i could eat another packet if i heard that track - which i won't be doing?

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3 July 2014
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meanmistermustard said

rf61014 said
Savoy Truffle is a song about candy for Christ's sake! But then I realized, this is just a catchy song about candy. And then I was like, whooh! Something to commemorate my sweet tooth! At least it doesn't have adult undertones like Beyonce's song about "skittles" (*shudder*).

Sorry, what!? Skittles as in those "taste the rainbow" sweeties? Beyonce has used those in some sort of adult way? I don't think i could eat another packet if i heard that track - which i won't be doing?

If you ever get curious, the song is called "Blow" from her most recent album. But you will never see skittles in the same way again. O_O

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3 July 2014
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I will never get curious over that.apple01

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3 July 2014
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That reminds me of the song carry out by Justin Timbaland which is just fast food related puns with adult under tones

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4 July 2014
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Girl: I used to find this song so boring, I always skiped it but now it's definitely one of my fav songs.

You Know My Name: I thought it was one of the worst Fab Four songs but now I think it's so fun to listen that I can't dislike it at all.

It's Only Love: I thought it was a silly and a filler song but now I think it's great love song.

Think For Yourself: I can't understand why I disliked this song...probably because I thought it was annoying but now I think it has some really great lyrics and a funky bass.

I Don't  Want To Spoil The Party: I thought it was just a filler song but now I think it's great. Love the harmonies on it!

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4 July 2014
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Annadog40 said
That reminds me of the song carry out by Justin Timbaland which is just fast food related puns with adult under tones

Justin Timberlake or Timbaland? Which of the two do you mean?

4 July 2014
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Justin Timberlake as produced by Timbaland, presumably? I believe those two have worked together before, not that I've heard the results.

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4 July 2014
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vonbontee said
Justin Timberlake as produced by Timbaland, presumably? I believe those two have worked together before, not that I've heard the results.

They have. And you're not missing much.

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4 July 2014
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Linde said

Annadog40 said
That reminds me of the song carry out by Justin Timbaland which is just fast food related puns with adult under tones

Justin Timberlake or Timbaland? Which of the two do you mean?

Timbaland with Justin Timberlake

 

I think they also did sexy back together

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4 July 2014
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ahdn_paul_06Yup, they did.

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*cough*IlikeSexyBack*cough*

*hides*

4 July 2014
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Linde said
*cough*IlikeSexyBack*cough*

*hides*

Hey its all good I like that song too

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4 July 2014
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Nothing wrong with Sexy Sadie. Even the Anthology outtake is really good, especially Ringo's rolling thundering drums.

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20 July 2014
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I grew to like Across The Universe more

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20 July 2014
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I used to hate I'm So Tired. Ironically, I always found it to be tiring.

I still don't love it, but it's growing on me

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23 July 2014
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The only one I can really think of is Revolution 9, I used to hate it and want to skip over it each time, but then I really listened to it and I kind of love it now! I know a lot of people don't like it, but I don't care, the weird sounds are fun and interesting, imoahdn_george_08I'll see if I can't remember more songs later, but this is all I've got currently.

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