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Your top 10 Beatles songs
7 March 2012
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Thanks "Into the Sky"  (aka Ron)... and just as I predicted, I looked at my list again today and said "for heaven's sake, how could I have forgotten In My Life and The Ballad of John & Yoko -- two of my absolute favourite songs???"  The Beatles really were -- and are -- in a class of their own. 

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8 March 2012
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I don't have any favorites anymore, just songs I don't like.

8 March 2012
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Sorry, accidental double post.

8 March 2012
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I've been trying not to post in this topic because of the headache I know it is going to cause....but hey I'm not doing anything else! Let me go and grab what I think my top 10 are and listen to them while I type about them. You know...so I can be in the moment a-hard-days-night-paul-4

 

Yep and as I thought I've spent time changing them. This is really hard. I will try my best but I know the rest of you understand that this Top 10 is just for the moment. My top 5 is pretty solid. That never changes much. It's those darn other 5 that have my head spinning. I will start from 10 on down....

 

10.) What You're Doing- From the drum intro into that wonderful guitar lick, this song is a guilty pleasure of mine. I love the melody and how Paul sings it. It's a hidden gem and one of my favorites from 'Beatles for Sale' Plus I love the 'it's meeeeeeee *clap* please...stop you're lying!" and after how the background is saying 'I' when he says 'You' shortly afterwards. Not sure why that part makes me smile. The piano solo in the middle is fantastic. I LOVE the sound of the piano here and as I listen to it now I'm glad it's in my top 10. I was just about to take it off! Awesome song.

 

9.) Nowhere Man- Ah. I love this song. This song sums up 'Rubber Soul' for me. The harmonies make this song fly. I feel bad having it as 9 now that I think about it! "Just sees what he wants to see, Nowhere Man can you see me at all' <---the harmony at that bit is my favorite of the song. This song just makes me feel good and is a song I wish I could write!

 

8.) Here There And Everywhere- Another harmony song so yes I'm a sucker for them. The 'ooohh's' in this song made me fall in love with it instantly. It reminds of The Beach Boys and is such a sweet song. It's simple and just lovely. I wanted to put 'For No One' instead of this one but this song just has classic written all over it. Paul is very good at writing love songs.

 

7.) All My Loving- The song is pop perfection. This song starts and I can't help but smile. I didn't know it when I saw McCartney live so I couldn't sing along :( This song is just so catchy and easy to sing. This song doesn't need music to go with it! It'll be just as good a capella which says a lot! Plus I love Pauls little 'Ohhh" at the end.

 

6.) Cry Baby Cry- I'm in love with this song right now which is what helped it move on my list. I love the piano on this song, the melody is genius, and I love the little instrumental bit played after each of his line (ex. 'always smiling and arriving late for tea.....*instrumental*) I'm not sure what's that called but I love it. I'm just now hearing how cool the bass is in this song aswell. I have no idea what John is talking about but this song jams. Plus the bit with Paul at the end is a perfect ending.

 

5.) All You Need Is Love- I think this song sums up The Beatles for me. What I love most about them is the love they promoted through their music. The lyrics of this song I relate to so much and I think some of the best I've heard. It's so simple yet so complex. 'There's nothing you can do that can't be done, nothing you can sing that can't be sung.'  The main theme however is 'Love is all you need' which is something I believe and try to promote in my life. This is for sure the song I would play for anyone who asked me why I loved The Beatles. Simple song with a strong message and I love it. Love...Love...Love...heart (Yikes I still have 4 more songs.)

 

4.) I've Got A Feeling- The opening guitar riff of this song makes me smile every single time. This is such a feel good song it should be illegal. Once the groove get's going though you can't help but tap your feet with it and go along for the ride. This is probably one of my favorite Lennon/McCartney duets which is odd since the tension in this period was crazy. The bass line of this song is superb! Superb I tell you! Plus imagine my surprise when Paul played this at the concert I attended. I love it! John's section of the song is really cool and what can I say, this song just rocks! 

 

3.) I Want You (She's So Heavy)- This is a song where the music speaks for itself. I love the intensity of this song. You can FEEL how much he wants her. This is probably one of the grooviest songs by The Beatles (did I really just use that term?). I can imagine John playing this and having no other words to say but 'I want you, I want you so bad' as he just played this dirty groove. Plus the 'She's so *awesome breakdown plus organ* HEAVYYYYY' part is just....man! Every instrument on this song sounds superb and I even like the craziness at the end. Plus the sudden cut seems like an end before the orgasm huh? It builds up until ...wait...that's it. It's over? Noooooo hahaha. paul-mccartney

 

2.) Strawberry Fields Forever- This song is incredible. I can't even begin to explain how great this song is. It reminds me of what I think the 60's were like. I've just backspaced a dozen times because I just don't know what to say! Ringo's drumming is fantastic. The instruments chosen were perfect (I LOVE the horns) and how the song never dips into the realm of overdoing. Great lyrics, instrumentation, and vocals. Cranberry sauce.....

 

1.) While My Guitar Gently Weeps- I will never know why this song is and will always remain my favorite song by The Beatles. The vibe of this song just takes me some where I can't explain. I didn't even like it when I first heard it! I always loved the title but one day I listened and it has stuck with me. I think so much is being said and felt. I love how simple yet powerful it is. I love Clapton on it and glad that in this period all of The Beatles are on this song. It really is, in my eyes, a classic. It's not the perfect song and Harrison has wrote, technically, better ones but this one has my heart. "I look at you all, see the love there that's sleeping. While My Guitar Gently Weeps......oh look at you all.....still my guitar gently weeps..." heartheartheart

 

Well that's my top 10. I think it's pretty accurate. There are numerous of other ones that can come in and take over but like I said before my top 5 is pretty much the same. Thanks for reading!a-hard-days-night-ringo-10

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9 March 2012
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Wow - another great analysis. You guys are great at 'splaining what makes a song resonate with you.

I might have to give it a try; but I agree, 10 is tough.

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24 March 2012
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I'm going to go with my top 12:

12. I Want You(She's So Heavy)- I love the bass and the sound of their voices.

11. Blue Jay Way- Really creepy. George was an amazingly creepy songwriter;all of his songs are just so hypnotizing

10. Till There Was You- One of their best from the early days. Great lyrics.

9. If I Needed Someone- Great song, all I can say

8. Ask Me Why- It is one of the sweetest songs EVER

7. If I Fell- Great harmonies

6. Fixing A Hole- Great lyrics

5. Help- Another great early one. Depresses me that so many people try to cover, but can't even compare to John's vocals

4. Baby's In Black- Good middle eight

3. Mother Nature's Son- Guitar is great and so is the topic

2. Martha My Dear- Great piano

1. Tomorrow Never Knows- All I can say is psychedelic

24 March 2012
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Across The Universe could probably knock out Martha My Dear, but it was hard enough to choose those.a-hard-days-night-john-2

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That's really difficult a-hard-days-night-george-10

 

1. And Your Bird Can Sing (especially the part : You tell me that you've heard every sound there is   And your bird can swing)

2. Help!                       (It was my 1st favorite song for a long time)

3. No reply                   (I nearly died, I nearly died cause you walked hand in hand with another man in my place <3)

4. A Day In The Life          (especially the John part!  Now the know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall)

5. I'm Only Sleeping         (Just a great song on a great album a-hard-days-night-george-10 )

6. In my life                   (there were places I remember... Great)

7. Drive My Car                (Working with peanuts is all very fine, but I can show you a better time ;D)

8. I Am The Walrus              (so weird and so cool ... i am he as you are he and you are me and we are all together)

9. I Saw Her Standing There          (well she was just 17, the best on Please Please Me and I love the voice of paul here)

10. Can't Buy Me Love            (Money Can't Buy Me Love, a right statement and a great scene in the movie <3)
21 June 2012
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I thought I wrote a list - but I didn't. Weird. Oh well, here goes (and note, this is favourites, so don't call me crazy)
10) Nowhere Man - I… it really kickstarts Rubber Soul into the greatest 4 song streak almost… ever, really. It has harmonies, a kick ass melody and is quintessentially John. Which is always a good thing, in my opinion.
9) The Long And Winding Road - if you had no idea who Phil Spector was, and Paul had had George Martin score it the same way, would it still be hated? Because I love it. I find it hard to name Paul songs when my brother mentions how much he loves this song. It's really a great, lush, love song, at least to me.
8) Penny Lane - this is one of the best songs of 1967 - at it's not even the better side of its 45. Something's not right when that's the case, but this one is still awesome in its own way. Go Mr. Mason!
7) Think For Yourself - George's witty, sharp attack at… someone really is great. The Fuzz bass really makes the song pop, and I just love the way George tells us "Think For Yourself/ Cause I won't be there for you". Brilliance, I say, Brilliance.
6) You Never Give Me Your Money - Claiming the medley is your favourite is a cop-out, so I'll take this lead track that is the individual highlight of Abbey Road, despite George's best efforts. Great job.
5) A Day In The Life - I don't need go on, do I?
4) And I Love Her - I make no qualms about this song - I'm in deep, Real Love with this song. And nothing will stop me. Well, short of taking away that awesome guitar solo of George's. Which makes the song.
3) Strawberry Fields Forever - From Paulie's intro to Ringo's showstopping drum display, this is awesome. His 1966/67 highlight, it barely beats ADITL, but far exceeds I Am The Walrus. A crowning achievement.
2) Michelle - it must be a Canadian thing, but his bad French (and horrid French accent) make me fall in love with him even more. And that moment when he played it last year in Montreal - Oh. My. God. Nothing will ever top that.
1) While My Guitar Gently Weeps - George's Crème de la Crème. It is, for lack of a better word, awesome. He never topped it, and he made the right call going electric - but the demo's awesome as well. And getting Clapton? Another awesome thing about this song. And Paul's backing vocals and piano do this song justice (for once on this album, someone went above and beyond on someone else's song.)

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22 June 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 I really like the way you described your reasons. And  I agree with you in most of them. apple01apple01apple01

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22 June 2012
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10 chosen songs which are my top favorites (currently) in no particular order and without cover songs:

- I Saw Her Standing There

- Something

- Golden Slumbers + the rest of the medley actually

- Here Comes The Sun

- The Long And Winding Road

- Let It Be

- A Day In The Life

- All You Need Is Love

- Cry Baby Cry

- I've Got a Feeling

 

Songs that I wish I could put in this list:

- Nowhere Man

- Can't Buy Me Love

- Ticket To Ride

- With a Little Help from My Friends

- Paperback Writer

- You Can't Do That

- Revolution

- Hello, Goodbye

- For No One

- Got To Get You Into My Life

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24 June 2012
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Man what a friggin' hard list to compile...my head is already hurting!

1. The Abbey Road Medley (yep, the whole thing!)
2. Helter Skelter (Paul is a badass!)
3. Let it Be (so spiritual, you'd think it was a George track.)
4. Oh! Darling (what a groove! John thought he could've sang it better...BULLSHIT!)
5. I Want You {She's So Heavy} (dark, dark blues. straight to the fucking point! great bassline.)
6. Not Guilty (never shoulda been left off The White Album!)
7. You Know My Name Look Up the Number (only The Beatles could do a song like this)
8. Yer Blues (more dark blues. John was a great bluesman!)
9. Come Together (again, what a groove. this song wouldn't of been worth hearing without Paul's bass riff-made it a classic)
10. Taxman (another amazing bassline from Macca. great lyrics and another mean groove.)

Honorable Mention:
* She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Anthology 3 version)
* While My Guitar Gently Weeps
* Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
* Revolution
* Helter Skelter (Anthology 3 version)
* Birthday
* 12 Bar Original
* Don't Let Me Down
* Happiness Is A Warm Gun
* Flying

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24 June 2012
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LennonCloset said

10. Till There Was You- One of their best from the early days. Great lyrics.

Just to point out they didn't write the lyrics, it's a cover of a song from the musical the Music Man by Meredith Wilson.

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24 June 2012
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1. Golden Slumbers (finest ballad of all time)
2. Get Back (very very nice song with it's 3 solos)
3. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (the song is as good as get back, but I think it would have been better as a complete song outside the medley with solos etc.)
4. Let It Be (not as good as Golden Slumbers but definitely their second best ballad)
5. I've Got A Feeling (good song, then a very rocky middle eight and nice john parts)
6. Back In The USSR (fine rocker and then the nice harmony middle eight (well the ukraine girls...)
7. Hey Jude (nice song, I also like the coda (na na na)
8. Blackbird (very nice, just with it's finger-picking guitar)
9. Two of Us (I like the acoustic style and the harmony)
10. Old Brown Shoe (it was once (three years ago or so) my favourite beatles song, now it's just my favourite george song but I still love it, it's amazing, the bass, the lead guitar, the piano)
11. Revolution (the single version, Lennon's best song for me, not counting his parts in I've Got A Feeling)
12. Something (amazing song, I like it very much, just sometimes I'm not in the right mood for it, that's why it's only #12)

That was very hard, but I think this is my real ranking, althought it might be completly different in a month :) I had to do 12 songs because I needed to mention Revolution and Something.

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Good to see so much love for some of my own favourites.

I guess I DID write a list some pages ago, so let's see if I'm coherent in my choices...

 

1. Tomorrow Never Knows - Just mindblowing, the bass, the drums, the sounds, the lyrics, their most progressive song (love the mix with Within You Without You)

2. I want you (She's so heavy) - Hypnotic song, fantastic performance by everyone, GREAT lyrics!!

3. I've got a feeling - great rocker, great two-part song, great contrast between rocking Paul and peaceful John, great guitar riff

4. The word - great lyrics, great groove (tambourin!), great backing vocals, great organ solo!!!

5. Helter Skelter - The Beatles rocked harder than Zeppelin and the Stones and The Who, just so you know.

6. Mother Nature's Son - Perfection, love the horns

7. Love You To - I don't get ANY of the lyrics, but the arrangement and the chords are really cool.

8. I'll be back - great harmonies, cool change between major and minor

9. You can't do that - cool groove, great lead and backing vocals

damn, already 9, hmmm, let's see, what's another must have

10. Paperback writer - Fantastic vocal intro, great guitar riff - and Paul's birth as a lead bass player

 

Honourable mentions to

No reply, Back In The USSR, Getting better, There's a place, Chains, Hey Bulldog, Norwegian Wood, Penny Lane, Your Mother Should Know, For No One, She Said She Said...

 

So many other great songs on Rubber Soul and Revolver and Sgt. Peppers and the White Album and Abbey Road and Help and A Hard Day's Night and Beatles for sale and Please Please Me and Magical Mystery Tour and the Yellow Submarine Songtrack and Let it be and With the Beatles...

25 June 2012
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It's hard to disagree with anyone's favorites (or favourites).

There's nothing very original about my ever-changing list (http://bit.ly/uVIM6L) except to say that I've recently moved

"I Want To Hold Your Hand" - a song I don't see on any list - to the #1 spot.

Yup.

Objectively - i.e. when you look at melody, lyrics, production - it doesn't rate very high.

If you add an "impact" factor (where it gets the highest possible score), the song in my opinion moves into the #10-15 range which is where I had it until recently.

But science and objectivity only gets you so far in judging music.

As someone else on the forum has said, some songs exude just so much pure joy - and this is one of them. You just can't quantify that.

Then, what did it for me (and I know I've posted this somewhere on this Forum, so apologies for the repetition), was the realization that the words "I Want To Hold Your Hand" have something potentially deep and spiritual that go way beyond the obvious intentions of the singer.

There's a poem that starts "if all the children of the world could hold hands..." and this ties in to the eventual full-blown "All You Need Is Love."

So yes, this song has it all as no other Beatle song does: the joy, the harmonies, the team work, the punch, the vibe - and the message.

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27 June 2012
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A very underrated one which would rank in my top 10 is One After 909. It's very open to covers too.

 

- Good one I heard a few weeks back near my college.

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1. She's Leaving Home - Just amazing; I love the story and how John is singing from the parents point of view, and basically everything else about this song.

2. For No One - The lyrics in this one are very much out and out, and this one might just be my favorite Beatles song, but I'm not quite sure.

3. Happiness Is A Warm Gun - This song is mind-blowing, and I absolutely love John's vocals. I also really dig the backing vocals (bang bang shoot shoot).

4. Yesterday - This was my favorite for the longest time, so when people asked me what my favorite Beatles song was I would say this song, and a few times I got "Oh, you're one of those fans.." I don't care though, because this is quite possibly the happiest song I have ever heard, and the strings really make the song.

5. The Long And Winding Road - This song used to really annoy me; I thought it dragged too much. Then I really listened to the whole thing, and I seriously almost cried. Paul, you are too amazing, I can't even handle this, oh my gosh.

6. Hey Jude - This song is so cute! I especially like how it was written for Julian, and when he sang it at Wrigley it made me love this song a whole lot more than I did before.

7. I Should Have Known Better - Love how John sings it, and the harmonica is a beast. I can't decide if instead this should be You Can't Do That.. Or I'll Cry Instead.

8. Here, There and Everywhere - This song is perfection. I don't think there's anything else I can say about it.

9. Piggies - Not the best George Beatles song, but I love it! When I have my iPod on shuffle, this song is usually skipped, but I listened to The White Album the other day and I realized how much I really like this song, and it's pretty funny.

10. Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite! - I like how it sounds like they weren't even trying on this one, and the bass line is amazing.

 

A Day In The Life, Honey Pie and Rocky Raccoon should have been in there somewhere, but whatever. Only picking ten songs is hard.


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Wow, what a difficult topic to post on...but...challenge ACCEPTED! *I want to pre-apologize for all of my songs being Lennon compositions: I've just always been more drawn to his music for some reason (I think it may have something to do with the fact that I generally like darker literature, poetry, etc.). I promise my choice in favorites has absolutely nothing to do with the other Beatles!*

10) "I Am The Walrus": I'm pretty sure only The Beatles could take a nonsensical song and make it a classic. 'Nuff said.

09) "This Boy": What a beautiful song full of longing! Oh, the emotional appeal! When John breaks out in "Oh, and This Boy would be happy just to love you. But, oh my-y-y-y; that boy won't be happy 'til he's seen you cry-y-y-y!"...full-blown spinal chills every time. I love the three-part harmonies in this song as well. A truly unforgettable masterpiece that is sure to remain a favorite for years to come.

08) "Because": This is the first song that ever made me cry from sheer beauty. It's more than beautiful, tho: it's hauntingly so. I have often described this song to others as a "siren song" because I feel it could lead me anywhere (...even to my death). The harmonies are mind-blowing and the music is a work of art in itself. It's no wonder how I fell in love with this song.

07) "In My Life": George Martin's piano work + John's lyrics + Paul and George's harmonies=a true Beatles masterpiece.

06) "Rain": First of all, kudos to Ringo for such explosive drum work! This--along with the "backwards music"--is what seals the deal for me. I also love the vocal work by John, Paul, and George during the "Rai-ai-ai-aiaiaiai-ainnn, I don't mind" bit. An excellent piece of work from the boys as a whole.

05) "Don't Let Me Down": The simplicity in the lyrics, along with the emotional appeal put into singing them, is what seals the deal for me.

04) "A Day In The Life": Need I say more?

03) "Across The Universe": John has often said that he believed "Across The Universe" to be one of his best songs, and I couldn't agree more. This song could stand alone as a poem: beautiful symbolism, beautiful imagery, beautiful use of simile and personification. And when you transform a beautiful poem into a beautiful song being sang by a beautiful man, how can you have anything but beautiful results?

02) "Happiness Is A Warm Gun": More like "Happiness is 'Happiness Is A Warm Gun'"! While this song may have started out as one of my most disliked Beatles songs, it proved itself to be a song that just had to grow on me. And grow, it did...all the way to the #2 position!

01) Kinda. It's a tie between "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)" and "Girl". I have never been able to rank one song above the other because every time I think I have it all worked out, I start to show a preference for the other. The story line of "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)" has always been my favorite out of any Beatles song. The imagery is beautiful--in a dark kind of way--and I love the mental picture of '65 John Lennon storming away from the house of his temptress, everything ablaze, because he didn't get laid. HOT. That being said, I believe this song has one of the most dramatic closing lines in the entire Beatles catalogue: "So, I lit a fire. Isn't it good? Norwegian Wood." But while I believe that "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)" has the most epic conclusion of any Beatles song, "Girl" holds its own for what I believe to be the best introduction: "Is there anybody going to listen to my story all about the girl who came to stay?". It just pulls you in like a magnet. And John's voice on "Girl"? Perfect. *And as a side note: a big thanks to Bob Dylan for influencing John enough to write these beautiful songs!*

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