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  1. Robert Spinello
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    1-A Day in the Life
    2- Hey Jude
    3-I Want To Hold Your Hand
    4- In My Life
    5-Something
    6-Come Together
    7-Let It Be
    8-Yesterday
    9-Help!
    10-I Feel Fine

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  2. Mike
    Mike at |

    I don’t understand the Beatles popularity at all, I’ve heard nearly every single song – being friends with a fan. But they do in fact SUCK. They are nothing more than the very first boy band.

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  3. Doobie Wah
    Doobie Wah at |

    The “Dirty Dozen” in that order:
    1. HERE COMES THE SUN
    2. TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS
    3. A DAY IN A LIFE
    4. ELEONOR RIGBY
    5. STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER
    6. PENNY LANE
    7. I´M THE WALRUS
    8. LUCY IN THE SKY W. DIAMONDS
    9. ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
    10. YESTERDAY
    11. IN MY LIFE
    12. LET IT BE

    The Beatles were the very first PROG band

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  4. dk
    dk at |

    Did you just randomly pick these?

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  5. Fabian
    Fabian at |

    You must put I Want To Hold Your Hand on this list, the reason why Beatles get a fame in us. “No sex, No drugs, No frustated love. They’re just want to hold your hand”.

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  6. Rick
    Rick at |

    When I’m 64
    Day in a life
    Let it be
    Obla di obla da
    Norwegian wood
    Hard days night
    Girl
    Elanor Rigby
    Hey Jude
    You’ve got to hide your love away

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  7. txswingster
    txswingster at |

    For “Run for Your Life,” Lennon borrowed the line; “I’d rather see you dead, little girl, than to be with another man” from Elvis’ “Baby, Let’s Play House.” Songwriter Arthur Gunter was pretty hardcore too, huh?

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  8. L R G V
    L R G V at |

    I still don’t agree that making a Top100 Beatles song would be easier.
    I’ve done it, or try to do it before myself but still a lot of classic songs were left behind.
    Goes to show the brillance of this band, even their “lesser known” songs would be a considered a classic. And other artists could retire and call themselves genius if they had written these “lesser known” songs by the Beatles

    On a side note, my favorie song of the Fab Four is “Don’t Let Me Down”

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  9. Nirvana
    Nirvana at |

    Where’s Revolution 9? Oh come on, you have to admit it’s the best Beatles song ever. Forever.

    *Shivers in fear of it being being mentioned as number 1*

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  10. Dap
    Dap at |

    this is debatable everyone has their own favs but you cant leave out “got to get you into my life” “let it be”
    “strawberry fields” “norweigian wood” “I want to tell you” , I think “A day in the life” comes to mind for almost anyone

    better to list your top albums: mine our 1. Revolver 2. Beatles 65 3. Let it be

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  11. andy
    andy at |

    while my guitar gently weeps
    in my life
    drive my car
    blackbird
    eleanor rigby
    yesterday
    get back
    here comes the sun
    something
    for no one

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  12. grry
    grry at |

    10. Strawberry Fields
    9. Happiness is a warm gun
    8. Within You without You
    7. Let it Be
    6. Hey Jude
    5. A day in the life
    4. Something
    3. Glass Onion
    2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    1. She Loves You

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  13. Songs by Beatles
    Songs by Beatles at |

    For me “Here Comes the Sun” is the best.

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  14. frank
    frank at |

    It’s never work trying to make top ten songs by The Beatles. Top 50 maybe appropriate?

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  15. Dave Gerard
    Dave Gerard at |

    Hi there Just let you know the people who owns those beatles video songs removed them

    Just let you know,

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  16. SmurfinLennon
    SmurfinLennon at |

    Not a bad list.
    It’s tough to try to narrow the Beatles’ music down like that.

    Only thing is that I would put “In My Life” in there, but that may jut be because it’s my favourite song.
    “And these memories lose their meaning
    When I think of love as something new”
    And George Martin’s piano parts are genius in the song.

    Yeah…
    But “everybody has a wet dream” is a winner too.

    🙂

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    1. SmurfinLennon
      SmurfinLennon at |

      Did… did I post something months ago and then post the same thing?
      My bad….

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  17. andy
    andy at |

    1 very important song missing from the list; “in my life” one of the greatest songs ever written

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  18. SmurfinLennon
    SmurfinLennon at |

    In My Life, should be there, in my opinion.

    It’s really tough to pick out the top few though.

    🙂

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