what are your top-10 favorite Beatles songs?
Jejejejeje ok, out of topic
- Strawberry Fields Forever
- Across the Universe
- If I Fell/This Boy
- Tomorrow Never Knows
- Oh, Darling!
- Here Comes the Sun
- Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
But he likes “A Day in the Life”…
SiriusXM yearly top-100 Beatles songs as voted by listeners always has this #1. #2 usually is In My Life
Top 4 by Beatle: I am the walrus the end Savoy truffle octopus’s garden
I really like “Paperback Writer”, even though it’s a McCartney song.
Savoy Truffle is da bomb with the saxophones
That’s because there’s a 50% chance he’ll be dead tomorrow, don’t overthink it.
I can play Rain a lot. the drumming…
I love the solo and the lyrics
and my kids love it, because of the subject matter, haha
I always figured the subject matter was not quite as innocent as it might seem!
I can’t stand “Savoy Truffle”. The lyrics are asinine. Actually, the only Harrison contribution that I mildly enjoy is “Piggies”.
All of these are super reassuring, nice messages. Thank you very much! Also, I love how the conversation ended up being a thread about the fab four. I love “Rain,” I think it is Ringo’s best performance? And the “even though it’s a McCartney song”… that is how I introduce the only McCartney song in my top ten jejeje
Boo, get your head right, man.
Lennon once said he could have sung it better
I’ll let in on a little secret, the ballad of john and yoko is one of my favorites. the random guitar picking, the easy story, John making a little fun of himself and…
Last night the wife said
“Oh boy, when you’re dead
You don’t take nothing with you
But your soul, think!”
i chose it for an elementary school project when we all chose songs and explained lyrics with a poster. mine was easy: i drew a map of europe
But then when you compare that performance to Ringo’s drumming in this song…
my favorite Ringo song.
of course, it was about Paul dying in a car crash
I for one would ask any and all to cut brother @elvishendrix some slack.
Poor bugger, when he was just a wain they told him having a 19-inch johnson (3.5 inches more than @Brianjones, according to government records, FWIW) would guarantee him fame and fortune for life.
Sadly, it was not to be.
Trials of growing up in a Third World country, as much as it pains one to say…