Top 10 the Beatles Songs Loved by Beatle Manias

Are you a certified Beatle mania? If so then I’m sure you’ve memorized all the songs of the Beatles. In the past, the Beatles was the most popular and sought after band in the 60’s. They’ve recorded tons of music albums and have garnered an impeccable response from women and men. Let’s backtrack and see the top 10 Beatles songs most Beatle Manias loved to listen over and over.

Top 10 The Beatles Songs Loved by Beatle Manias

I Want To Hold Your Hand

This song was written back in 1963 when the Beatles composed one of the most hip songs that was a hit in the U.S. and loved by millions.

In My Life

From the album Rubber Soul back in 1965, this Beatles song is one of their pioneering sharp songs after they grew tired of their typical soundtrack yeah yeah songs. This song is about reminiscing the people who have become part of your life.

Ticket to Ride

Another 1965 song which is part of the Beatles Help album is the Ticket to Ride which became a number one single back in the old days. This song is categorized as a rock n’ roll type of song during that time.

Here Comes the Sun

This song was written by George Harrison, it comes with a calming effect that most Beatle manias love. This song is part of the Beatles Abbey Road album.

Twist and Shout

Twist and shout is said to be considered as a rock n’ roll song that should not be forgotten especially by Beatle Manias out there. Let it be was the last album of the Beatles  that some finds appropriate due to the fact that the Beatles will have to go on their separate lives.

Let It Be

Let it be was the last album of the Beatles  that some finds appropriate due to the fact that the Beatles will have to go on their separate lives. Let it be was written all because of Paul McCartney’s dream of his mom who has been dead for quite a long time speaking words of wisdom to him and this song was then materialized.

Yesterday

Yesterday was said to be the only song that received tons of covers reaching up to 3,000 versions and was then recorded on The Guinness Book of World Records. It was also said to be the only song that was most played back until 1999 in the radio.

Strawberry Fields Forever

Strawberry Field was a placed where John Lennon often go to visit orphan kids. This is also where Yoko Ono donated a big amount of money $375,000. This song was about John Lennon’s feelings about this orphanage where he established close connections with the kids.

A Day in the Life

This song was played with controversy as the Beatles played this with an orchestra that was conducted by Paul McCartney.

Hey Jude

This song was written by Paul McCartney based on John Lennon’s son Julian. This in fact was the longest single of the band running to about 7:11 minutes.

     

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