My Beatles Top Ten

Here are my top ten Beatles favorites, in no special order.

1. I Need You
2. Eleanor Rigby
3. Help!
4. We Can Work It Out
5. Nowhere Man
6. Strawberry Fields Forever
7. A Day In The Life
8. Tomorrow Never Knows
9. I Want To Hold Your Hand
10. Here, There And Everywhere
outsidewitness outsidewitness
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8 Responses Aug 8, 2010

Interesting that most of the songs chosen by you all seem to be earlier ones. ... Here are my 10, no particular order: 1. Let it Be 2. Here Comes the Sun 3. In My Life 4. Revolution 5. Ticket to Ride 6. Paperback Writer 7. With a Little Help from My Friends 8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 9. Eleanor Rigby 10. The Long and Winding Road

My All-Time Top Ten Beatles Song Have To Be <br />
1.This Boy<br />
2.A Taste Of Honey<br />
3.I'm A Loser<br />
4.I've Just Seen A Face<br />
5.You Like Me Too Much<br />
6.Another Girl<br />
7.The Night Before<br />
8.Lady Madonna<br />
9.Girl<br />
10.All My Loving

I Need You is very underrated. One of George's best!

Great list! Mine would be...<br />
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1. Happiness Is A Warm Gun<br />
2. Something<br />
3. And Your Bird Can Sing<br />
4. A Day In The Life<br />
5. Strawberry Fields Forever<br />
6. Here Comes The Sun<br />
7. Eleanor Rigby<br />
8. Across The Universe<br />
9. Tomorrow Never Knows<br />
10. Within You Without You

I believe Lennon/McCartney insisted on evolving the songwriting from the previous, and that the Help! album is a transitional to the "mature" Beatles' song complexity. I agree, it does sound like a mixed bag. As for "I Need You," I've always respected and enjoyed George Harrison's work such as this, and I point to it as my favorite of his. I'm attracted to its simplicity and melancholic nature.

"I Need You" is from the Help! album.

What album is I NEED YOU off? <br />
My Top 10 are:<br />
1. Something<br />
2. A Day in the Life<br />
3. Norwegian Wood<br />
4. Here comes the sun<br />
5. Let it be<br />
6. Fool on the Hill<br />
7. Ticket to ride<br />
8. Getting better<br />
9. For no one<br />
10. Eleanor Rigby

exactly my top ten favorites! except for "Help!"<br />
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i'd rather tag "For No One" as number three. :)