Quick Station Stop # 2 – Fave Songs of the Fab Four
Quirky T likes all The Beatles; there is not any member she doesn’t like or have affection for. I appreciate how all their talents combined to make the best band ever.
I do have favorites of each of their songs. My favorite John Lennon and Paul McCartney songs change depending on my mood but my favorite George Harrison and Ringo Starr songs remain the same. That may be because there is an overwhelming amount of Lennon McCartney songs to choose from to suit any mood.
Here are my favorites for each of the Fab Four:
1. John – “In My Life”
2. Paul – “Got to Get You Into My Life”
3. George – “Old Brown Shoe”
4. Ringo – “A Little Help From My Friends”
“In My Life” is just a beautiful and sentimental song from John Lennon.
I actually prefer the more rocking version of “Got to Get You Into My Life” that Paul McCartney performed in his concerts in 1990 over The Beatles version. That version can be heard on Paul McCartney’s double CD, “Tripping the Live Fantastic”.
I also prefer the rough version of “Old Brown Shoe” on “Beatles Anthology 3” over the final version. I think it is a very underrated George Harrison penned song.
“A Little Help From My Friends” was sung by Ringo but not written by him.
Guitar Train Passengers, what are your favorite songs of each of the Fab Four? Tell Quirky T.
Stay on board the Guitar Train to check out next month’s Quick Station Stop where Quirky T lists her favorite post Beatles songs of the Fab Four.
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