15 November 2018
1. Nowhere Man
This is one of my all-time favorite songs. I love it. Enough said.
2. In My Life
GM's baroque piano is fantastic, John's vocal is sublime. Overall a truly amazing song.
I'm not even sure why I like this song so much, but it's so fantastic. The words and the vocal are amazing.
4. Drive My Car
I love the bass on this song (go, George!) and the lead guitar is phenomenal (go, Paul!). I didn't really understand the words for a long time, but this song has always been one of my favorites.
Guitar: YES. Vocal: YES. Bass: YES. Song: Just overall YES, YES, YES.
7. The Word
I love this song. The bass line is one of my favorites, the guitar is amazing. The message of the song is kind of like an early attempt at All You Need Is Love . Very underrated.
I love the fuzz bass on this song, and George's vocal is amazing. And of course he uses so many non-monosyllabic words, which I love. An amazing song in every way.
I looked at this song and I thought, "This song is amazing. Why is it so far down on this list?" Then I looked at the songs above it and said "Oh." I love the use of sitar, and the song is just amazing.
Again, I feel like this song belongs higher up. I love the vocal and the guitar and also everything else.
George's voice is as always beautiful but a bit overshadowed in this song. It's not as percussively interesting as it could have been, perhaps, but still a fantastic song.
The words are creepy as hell, but the actual song is awesome. I love everything about it-- except the lyrics.
A bit boring, but a nice tune. Hearing this song always reminds me to do my French homework.
14. What Goes On
A great Ringo number, but a bit too jangly for my taste. Good song though.
Love one another.
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(I'm Fiddy, not Walrian)
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