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Your "go to" Beatles' song when you are sad/angry.
24 June 2012
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Starrison McLennon
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Well I just usually go outside on a walk to the lake and listen to my playlist of their songs I made. But I always want to play "Your Mother Should Know" first... I dunno why. I like songs with that tune and feel when you play it. Then I usually play "I've Just Seen A Face". I like that song because it just makes you feel good singing along to it and all. I usually belt out "Falling, yes I am falling, and she keeps calling, me back again!". It is just a fun, feel-good song. Next is Honey Pie. I love that song because of the old time tune and feel it has to it! I usually just get up and dance to that song! Then usually I listen to "Monkberry Moon Delight" off of Paul's solo album, RAM. I love the guitar in that song and Paul's voice. It makes me feel so energetic and stompy... if that makes since. So if I was sad/angry... I would pull out my playlist and listen to those... then listen to the rest of the songs. 

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24 June 2012
8.08pm
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Oh my gosh I'm soooo sorry for that!!!!!! I seriously didn't mean to make you think of that!!! And "For No One" used to be the song I listened to the most, now it's probably the ones I listed up there.a-hard-days-night-paul-8

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27 June 2012
8.54pm
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I don't have "go to" songs that I listen to when I'm upset. I  just pick an album and listen to that. Sgt. Pepper's and Please Please Me are favorites, but it just depends, really.

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28 June 2012
2.59am
...ontherun
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Being sad and angry at present I can say I've been playing Let it Be on my piano for the past hour. Increasingly with less agility as I'm also having a few. Long day.

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30 June 2012
7.19am
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Helter Skelter for me..... Probably because I'm that kind of person when I'm angry... I get all, ummmm how should I put this? I feel like hitting things, so that's a hitting things kind of song, right?

 

When I'm sad, it would depend on the kind of sadness. Like if someone broke up with me (which rarely happens because I haven't had a boyfriend in like a year), I would listen to For No One, Eleanor Rigby (because breaking up makes me feel like an old hag), Misery, etc. If someone died, I'd be like Julia all the way!

1 July 2012
9.13pm
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Yer Blues, Happiness Is A Warm Gun, I Want You (She's So Heavy)...

Those sorts of songs.

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2 July 2012
6.37am
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Right now I'm sad and angry. This is the only thing that makes me feel better.

 

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6 July 2012
7.53pm
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I listen to I'm Down when I'm down. a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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6 July 2012
8.19pm
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I've been thinking about this for a while when I suddenly discovered I really don't listen to music much, if at all, when I am feeling down.  

If I was down, I know that any Beatle song would lift my spirits.

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13 July 2012
11.41pm
Stephanie
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I love singing Got To Get You Into My Life when I'm sad. The music just puts you in a happy place, and it's fun to sing to at the top of your lungs! a-hard-days-night-paul-11

19 July 2012
8.41am
Dr. Robert
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When I'm sad I listen to either 'Hey Jude', 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps', 'Dear Prudence', or 'Yer Blues'. If I'm mad, I kinda listen to any Beatles song and I'm fine. The only time I'm sad is when someone I'm involved with leaves me. :'( Then it's really hard to find a song. Because we all know about half of all the Beatles songs are love songs. Then I start to weep a little. Sorry. A bit too far. a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

21 July 2012
10.14pm
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I don't necessarily have a go~to song when I'm sad, but I noticed yesterday (after being deeply moved by the news of the Colorado Movie Massacre) that I seem to have a go~to style. Lennon's "Dylan period" songs seem to always calm me. After discovering the horrendous news of the massacre and having a slight emotional breakdown, I went to my room, plugged my earphones into my ears, and listened to songs such as "Norwegian Wood", "Girl", and "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" at full volume. That eventually led to a major Bob Dylan marathon, which didn't have too great of a kick off seeing as the first song I listened to was "Blowin' In The Wind", which brought on more tears. But as far as The Beatles go, the folk-rock songs are where it's at during sad times.

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22 July 2012
6.30am
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 It is really sad isn't it? What happened in Aurora Colorado. ahdn_george_05ahdn_george_05

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22 July 2012
10.57am
VictoR3mix
Sydney, Australia
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I don't have a "go to" song and most of the time I don't listen to songs because I'm in any particular mood. So I couldn't say that there are any songs that I listen to when I'm feeling low or miserable. However, there are certain songs that, when I listen to them, can ignite these types of emotions in me. Some of these songs include: Anna (Go To Him), Help!, Yesterday, In My Life, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Here Comes The Sun, Hey Jude and Let It Be.

22 July 2012
6.12pm
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mithveaen said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 It is really sad isn't it? What happened in Aurora Colorado. ahdn_george_05ahdn_george_05

Yes, it is. I'm pretty sure this is the first time the news has actually upset me to the point of tears. Of course, I wasn't alive when our Johnny got shot and I was only seven during 9/11, but something like this...? It's emotionally unbearable for me. Hearing survivors give testimony that they thought this madman was nothing more than a prop for the premiere...man, if someone--maybe even just one person--had thought he looked out of place in a movie theatre, that little girl could have been saved. Eleven others might have gotten out alive. To think that just one person was responsible for the deaths of twelve others is mind-numbing. To think that he was out to kill the whole theater is intolerable. And in matters of life or death, it doesn't matter if you're  a good person or bad. It doesn't matter if you stand for peace or give yourself as a weapon of the war. It doesn't matter if your sole mission in life is to promote love or if you're the one being neglected of it. When it comes to murder, everyone is punished just for surviving. Disgusting when you think about it, isn't it?

"I'm not going to change the way I look or the way I feel to conform to anything. I've always been a freak. So I've been a freak all my life and I have to live with that, you know? I'm just one of those people."
22 July 2012
6.51pm
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Its been horrendous just reading about what happened in that cinema and then you hear that his house and car were boody-trapped with all kinds of things...

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22 July 2012
7.02pm
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8It's just upsetting. And what's really upsetting is thinking about what this crazy man must have been put through to be pushed to want to kill so many people--people he had never met, and would therefore have no motif to kill besides the fact that they were alive. Not that I'm defending the murderer (who honestly could?), but I'm always interested to know about the history of a madman. It helps to try to understand their actions, although it's impossible for me to ever understand murder or violence. PERIOD.

"I'm not going to change the way I look or the way I feel to conform to anything. I've always been a freak. So I've been a freak all my life and I have to live with that, you know? I'm just one of those people."
23 July 2012
12.31am
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Who knows. Personally i dont think we will ever what triggered his actions, tho its never just one thing, more a long list of events, some appearing quite small but actually had a large effect on him. I dont get how anything can result in murder, that final step.  And to think its been 1 year since the events in Norway.

Much will come out in the press tho wrapped in a load of sensationalism and speculation. The last i heard the gunman ended up believing that he was a real nemesis of Batmans and that the only reason he stopped shooting was because his gun jammed. To think of what could have happened...

Way off thread here. Apologies to those reading it especially if its upsetting.

 

To get back on topic i dont have a 'go to' beatles song. The Beatles music represents so much positivity and goodness and doesnt fit when im down/sad/angry. I'll usually go to specific songs by an artist called Kendall Payne who somehow wrote what i think. The Beatles music is a part of my soul, maybe because ive been listening to it for so so long and can not and do not get bored by it, there is always something new cropping up, be it a little guitar lick or instrument or whatever. That sounds so lame to write, ha.

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23 July 2012
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meanmistermustard said
 

Way off thread here. Apologies to those reading it especially if its upsetting.

Yeah; I'm actually surprised no one has told us to stay-on-topic yet haha.

"I'm not going to change the way I look or the way I feel to conform to anything. I've always been a freak. So I've been a freak all my life and I have to live with that, you know? I'm just one of those people."
23 July 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Yeah, the forum is good that way.

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