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Beatles songs you love now that you used to dislike
24 July 2014
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It took me a good long while to fully appreciate Tomorrow Never Knows.

I mean, I like Rock N’ Roll man, I don’t like much else.
24 July 2014
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She's Leaving Home I disliked for a while, but I eventually began to like it.

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24 July 2014
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"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon

26 July 2014
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I used to hate the song Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown).

I'm not even sure why it bothered me so much. Maybe it was the sound of the sitar or the fact that my mum would play it nonstop.

Once I actually started to get into the Beatles, I was listening to Rubber Soul and then that song started to play and I freaked out.

My favorite band wrote and sang the song I despised my whole life.

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26 July 2014
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I'd have to agree with some Harrison songs already mentioned.

Love You To,   Blue Jay Way,   The Inner Light &  Within You Without You, but now I kind of like them, not that I've gotten spiritual or anything! a-hard-days-night-george-4

Now as far as the other George, I just can't get into any of his Classical Instrumental stuff on the Beatles LP's  george-martin

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27 July 2014
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A boyhood friend had a compilation album that was recorded from an Armed Forces Radio show. My eyes widened when I saw a track by The Beatles called 'We Can Work It Out'. From the moment the stylus was placed on the album, I couldn't wait to hear this yet unknown song. When it finally played, I remember being so disappointed. It didn't move me, didn't rock me, didn't do anything for me. 

Once I heard it in the proper context among HELP!, 'Day Tripper' and Rubber Soul , I got it. The harmonies grab me every time I hear it. Great song.

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27 July 2014
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yoko-oh-no said

I used to hate the song Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown).

I'm not even sure why it bothered me so much. Maybe it was the sound of the sitar or the fact that my mum would play it nonstop.

Once I actually started to get into the Beatles, I was listening to Rubber Soul and then that song started to play and I freaked out.

My favorite band wrote and sang the song I despised my whole life.

I really love Norwegian Wood, but that's really funny!

@Zig The accordion probably had something to do with it.

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27 July 2014
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I love Norwegian Wood too, but my mom hates it. She thinks it's the stupidest song ever. She also hates Obladi Oblada because it was the intro song of a soapseries I believe. I can see why she dislikes it now.

27 July 2014
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I went thru a 2 week phase of liking Ob-La-Di/Da A while back but am back to thinking its not that good.

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27 July 2014
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ahdn_paul_06 That stinks

 

It's my favorite Beatles song

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27 July 2014
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It's not my favourite, but I do like it. It's catchy, has weird words and is easy to remember. It's not the song I'd use to get people into the Beatles though. It's kind of an..awkward song. 

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27 July 2014
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Annadog40 said
ahdn_paul_06 That stinks

 

It's my favorite Beatles song

I don't believe you.  It's impossible to have a fav. fab song.a-hard-days-night-ringo-15  Maybe fav this week???

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Bongo said

Annadog40 said
ahdn_paul_06 That stinks

 

It's my favorite Beatles song

I don't believe you.  It's impossible to have a fav. fab song.a-hard-days-night-ringo-15  Maybe fav this week???

I have a favourite Beatles track which is No Reply so it cant be impossible for some, maybe for others however it is.

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Bongo said

Annadog40 said
ahdn_paul_06 That stinks

 

It's my favorite Beatles song

I don't believe you.  It's impossible to have a fav. fab song.a-hard-days-night-ringo-15  Maybe fav this week???

Seconded. Fav per week is a bit more likely.

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5 August 2014
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I have grown to like Good Night recently

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Was listening to side four of The White Album and found Good Night to be very calming and enjoyable after the chaos of Revolution 9. I was most surprised.

He told us not to get overwhelmed by grief and whatever thoughts we have... to keep them happy, because any thoughts we have of him will travel to him wherever he is. (John Lennon - 27/8/67)
5 August 2014
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I've always liked Good Night a lot. When I had trouble sleeping I always listened to it, it calmed me down and really helped me get more sleepy.

Within You Without You is a song that I find myself listening to a lot lately, while before, I never really cared for it. Didn't really dislike it, just never listened to it, and now all of a sudden it's one of my favourites.

6 August 2014
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Imagine trying to sleep after Helter Skelter.

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8 August 2014
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meanmistermustard said

I have a favourite Beatles track which is No Reply so it cant be impossible for some, maybe for others however it is.

 

I used to LOVE that song, but then I'd put another album on, and BAM, I'd have another great song that became my Fav!  

Damn Beatles!!!!!!  a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

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8 August 2014
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Fixing A Hole- i didn't like this song because i thought it was boring but it grew on me.

 

Blue Jay Way- I thought it was rubbish but later i ended loving it for i don't know for what reason, maybe George's acid vocals.

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