Norwegian Wood, Fly, Black, The Long and winding road, Know what this question is not even close to being fair...there are just to many, But without a doubt one of the greatest song writers in the world. Most of their songs revolved around mostly Love. And that to me is more than most bands have done. Especially the Stones which to my surprise are for the most part still living> Unbelievable.
This is way too hard -- too many great ones to pick just one.
How about breaking it down by some kind of category.
Favorite happy/upbeat Beatles song Favorite ballad/romantic song Favorite exotic, groundbreaking song Favorite novelty song (if you like the novelty songs -- or if you don't say so)
I remember exactly where I was the first time I heard "Rubber Soul." It thrilled me in a dark, dark way. Look at the titles and try not to feel John's penetrating gaze looking into your soul. And I was a "little girl" (of 8) when this came out!! *shiver*
Drive My Car Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) You Won't See Me Nowhere Man Think For Yourself Michelle What Goes On Girl I'm Looking Through You In My Life Wait If I Needed Someone Run For Your Life
As a Beatles maniac, I couldn't possibly pick a favorite song of theirs but at the end of the album Abbey Road there is a short ditty sung by Paul McCartney which is a bit of a laugh.
Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl but she doesn't have a lot to say. Her majesty's a pretty nice girl and she lives from day to day. I wanna tell her that I love her a lot but I gotta have a belly full of wine. Her majesty is a pretty nice girl some day im gonna make her mine all mine, some day im gonna make her mine. love it.....Jimmy
I looked down all the answers and no-one has yet said mine, so here it is:
Dont Let Me Down
My fav track by them ever, love watching them perform it on the roof top gig & despite seeing it being murdered on that X - Factor show on Sunday, it has been covered many times to great success, great song filled with raw emotion.
An impossible question to answer. Coming up with a top 10 is hard enough. In my top five I'd put Here the and Everywhere, I Will, Tomorrow Never Knows, Within you and without you, Norwegian Wood, Here Comes the Sun... See, I couldn't even do top five. Damn this question!
If you had to name your three favourite bands/artists who would it be? I know taste varies with time, but think overall, bands which you always seem to come back to.Personally..1. Beatles2. Nirvana3. Eric ClaptonSo many...
I have my personal favourites that range from John Lennon and Yoko Ono's War Is Over If You Want It through to I Wish It Could Be Xmas Everyday by Roy Wood and Wizard, not forgetting Fairytale of New York by The Pogues...