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#2
There are way too many but most people havent heard Tommorow Never Knows, She Said She Said, Within You Without You, Helter Skelter, or Across The Universe, but I like everything the Beatles did.
#3
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#4
Every song (except Don't Pass Me By, Good Night, and I Will) is my favorite Beatles song.
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#5
Even Wild Honey Pie and Her Majesty?
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#6
I like every single Beatles song besides Maggie Mae, but here are some of my unpopular favorites: I'm So Tired, The End, Across The Universe, Within You and Without You.
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#8
Octopus's Garden! I love that song. also Rocky Raccoon was great. That and Yer Blues; anyone seen the video of Lennon performing Yer Blues with Eric Clapton and Mitch Mitchell?
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#9
i like them all but my faves within you, without you and Love you to. Love those sitars!
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Even Wild Honey Pie and Her Majesty?


her majest is a very good bit, its just incredibly short. wild honey pie is rather stupid, but even that has redeeming qualities, plus that little instrumental fooling around at the end. i couldn't tell you what a non-popular beatles song is because i overplay them all. also i know different people and radio stations than you guys...somebody said "accross the universe" for example, while i would never consider that unpopular. somebody else mentioned michelle...that song won a grammy for song of the year. so yeah, the beatles are just insanely popular. and by insanely i mean sanely, since i think they deserve it.

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Even Wild Honey Pie and Her Majesty?


I actually love Her Majesty. There's something so quintessentially Beatles about it that I find it impossible not to adore. As for Wild Honey Pie, it is out there, but what would The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill be like without that leading in?
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I actually love Her Majesty. There's something so quintessentially Beatles about it that I find it impossible not to adore. As for Wild Honey Pie, it is out there, but what would The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill be like without that leading in?

I think bungalow bill is odder than wild honey pie, because it has a story that doesnt amke sense, unlike "HONEY PIEEE!!! HONEY PIEEEE!!!!"
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Octopus's Garden! I love that song. also Rocky Raccoon was great. That and Yer Blues; anyone seen the video of Lennon performing Yer Blues with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker?


It's been posted on here a few times, nice video.
#19
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Octopus's Garden! I love that song. also Rocky Raccoon was great. That and Yer Blues; anyone seen the video of Lennon performing Yer Blues with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker?

Its actually John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, and Mitch Mitchell.
#20
Hmm. i really like Mother Nature's Son... thats such a peaceful song. wow. i just drift away.

Octopus' Garden is a BIG one for me too.

I'd like to be under the sea
in an octopus' garden.... etc etc

thats some hard core childhood right there lol
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#22
Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Carry The Weight
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And if ever You come near, I will hold up high a mirror.
Lord, I could never show you anything as beautiful as You.
#23
I am the Walrus or Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Rocky Rocoon is great as well
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#24
Were to start ??

Theres so many, yer blues is great, fool on the hill, mean Mr. Mustard..Oh theres to many.
Tears in waves, minds on fire
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#26
I always thought Octopus's Garden was one of their more famous songs.
Anyway, I like Across the Universe and Blackbird.
#27
i think what goes on (ringo style man) is very good
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#29
"Don't Pass Me by" and "What Goes on."
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#30
I don't know, there's so many. I'm gonna have to go with Tomorrow Never Knows or Rain.
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#31
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I don't know, there's so many. I'm gonna have to go with Tomorrow Never Knows or Rain.

tomorrow never knows is so trippy. i love it.

and id also like to add "Maxwells Silver Hammer"
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#32
The Word.

in my humble opinion...i'd say the whole Rubber Soul album is underrated.
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The Word.

in my humble opinion...i'd say the whole Rubber Soul album is underrated.

Yep, it's pretty well over-shadowed by Revolver. It's got "What Goes on," "Michelle," "Drive my Car" and "Norwegian Wood." I'd say it was one of their best.
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#36
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hey sandwich man, what does that russian mean in your profile? i know russian, and yet i can't understand the word. does it mean something along the lines of destruction.


Means "robbery" I think. I just like the way it sounds. Rrazboyneechyestvo!
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#38
helter skelter-got a lot of energy and passion
michelle-it's got that hopelessly romantic sound to it
in my life- that one's fairly popuar though

the beatles didnt really produce any "filler songs" to fill up an album
every song was basically high quality and original
#39
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the beatles didnt really produce any "filler songs" to fill up an album
every song was basically high quality and original

Agreed.
Yeah, man.
#40
I Should Have Known Better is a catchy song
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