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Rank your favorite George songs (which he wrote or just sang lead vocals)
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Egroeg Evoli
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Beatles songs by George:

1) Something- A beautiful song, one of the best love songs I've heard

2) Here Comes The Sun- Such a cheerful song; it always inspires me (and brings back memories of singing it at the top of my lungs with my friends in the middle of a rainstorm)

3) Taxman- George's first really good song (not that his previous ones weren't good)

4) Piggies- Funny, yet it conveys an interesting (not sure how else to describe it) message

5) Think For Yourself- Makes me smile every time

6) Don't Bother Me- Pretty amazing that his first song is as good as it is

7) While My Guitar Gently Weeps- So amazing

8) Savoy Truffle- No reason that can be put into words (well, maybe if I could if I had more time, and no, I'm not being lazy)

9) I Me Mine- Same as a-hard-days-night-ringo-8

10) If I Needed Someone- Same as a-hard-days-night-ringo-8

 

In his solo career:

1) When We Was Fab- I love how it sounds so Beatle-ish; I can even say, "Hey, this part sounds like *insert Beatles song title here*!" (yeah, I know the song is about the Beatles)

2) What Is Life- Just a great song.

3) Got My Mind Set on You- I know it's not his song but his recording is pretty well known; anyway, a lot of people don't like it but I think it's a fun song

4) My Sweet Lord- I'm not very religious but I like it anyway

I don't know any more of his solo songs (gasp!).

 

I heart a-hard-days-night-george-10 🙂

Also known as Egg-Rock, Egg-Roll, E-George, Eggy, Ravioli, Eggroll Eggrolli...

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These songs are either sanged by him from 1961 - 1970 or written. Tried to include them all lol, but there were too much. I think I forgot some a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

1. Glad All Over (BBC)

2. It's All Too Much

3. I'm Happy Just To Dance With You

4. Not Guilty

5.Only A Northern Song

6. I Want To Tell You

7. You Know What To Do (Anthology)

8. Piggies

9. Here Comes The Sun

10. Blue Jay Way

11.  Do You Want To Know A Secret?

12. Sour Milk Sea (Bootleg)

13. Old Brown Shoe

14. Taxman

15. Don't Bother Me

16. I Need You

17. All Things Must Pass

18. Roll Over Beethoven

19. If I Needed Someone

20. Nothin' Shakin' (BBC)

21. So How Come (No One Loves Me) (BBC)

22. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (BBC)

23. Something

24. Don't Ever Change (BBC)

25. Devil In Her Heart

26. Chains

27. I Me Mine

28. Circles (bootleg)

29. You Like Me Too Much

30. Think For Yourself

31. Love You Too

32. Within' You, Without You

33. Savoy Truffle

34. Long, Long, Long

35. Maureen (bootleg)

36. While My Guitar Gently Weeps

37. The Sheik of Araby

38. Three Cool Cats

39. For You Blue

40. Take Good Care of My Baby

 

And if you saw my love, I'll love her to.

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My absolute favorite song that George sang will always be "Do You Want To Know A Secret?"  a-hard-days-night-george-10

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

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1 While My Guitar Gently Weeps- clapton's guitar work rocks here along with a really well-written song

2 Here Comes The Sun- everybody loves Here Comes The Sun

3 I Want To Tell You-i absolutely love this opening riff as well as the subject

4 I Me Mine- great breakdown along with another great opening riff and subject

5 Savoy Truffle- Savoy Truffle is awesome when it comes in right after Honey Pie, perfect combination of silly and genius here on par with paul and john

6 For You Blue- its a 12 bar blues. great slide guitar too

7 something- classic love song inspired by james taylor and pattie boyd

8 i need you -love this song and the scene from the movie

9 long long long- very quiet but also very psychedelic and meaningful

10 Within You Without You- a beautiful poem and represents george well on Sgt Pepper

11 If I Needed Someone- good harmonies and tune 

12 Love You To-"make love all day long, make love singing songs"

13 Piggies- another silly White Album song with really great intrumentation

14 Blue Jay Way-stays on a c the whole time... very ominous and cool

15 Old Brown Shoe- classy song in the home stretch of the beatles

16 taxman- gotta respect taxman for its psychedelia and how it opens the best album ever

17 Only A Northern Song - this is his most clever song. i love the juxtaposition of the genius song structure and the sarcastic lyrics

18 The Inner Light- beautiful song with its mind blowing poetry and indian instrumentation

19 You Like Me Too Much- a good upbeat song and one of his earlier compositions

20 Think For Yourself-badass song with difficult harmonies that don't quite work as well as i wish they did

21 I'm Happy Just To Dance With You- another good song by george harrison

22 its all too much- very cool scene in yellow submarine

23 dont bother me- his first song, which he dismissed but is pretty good

 

not counting All Things Must Pass/sour milk sea/not guilty although all three are great songs

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