Most Underrated Beatles Songs

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61 Lady Madonna Lady Madonna
62 Till There Was You Till There Was You
63 Sexy Sadie Sexy Sadie
64 Taxman Taxman
65 You're Going to Lose that Girl You're Going to Lose that Girl

One of their best. Love John's vocals.

66 Not a Second Time Not a Second Time

John's vocals and piano playing results in a great rock tune. From their first album.

67 Abbey Road Medley Abbey Road Medley
68 Flying Flying
69 Only a Northern Song Only a Northern Song
70 Julia Julia
71 I Feel Fine I Feel Fine
72 Long Tall Sally Long Tall Sally
73 I've Got a Feeling I've Got a Feeling

Paul and John singing. Let It Be - ShiftyMelon

74 I Need You I Need You
75 The Long and Winding Road The Long and Winding Road

Love every version done by The Beatles.

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76 Revolution 1 Revolution 1

Rock heads tend to hate this because it has an acoustic backing while the normal Revolution is distorted. Well, both are brilliant in their own way.

77 Octopus's Garden Octopus's Garden

Great song from Ringo. Give him some credit.

78 Don't Pass Me By Don't Pass Me By

An amazing song by Ringo Starr

79 What You're Doing What You're Doing

From Beatles for Sale, great tune from Paul.

Great tune from Paul.

80 She Said She Said She Said She Said

From Ringo Starr's legendary performance on drums, to Harrison and Lennon's outstanding guitar-work, everything in this song shines. This song also showcases The Beatles ability to combine two separate songs into one effortlessly by having the middle eight be in a different time signature. While Tomorrow Never Knows is the highlight of Revolver, and Here, There, and Everywhere is the highlight on side 1, She Said She Said isn't that far from being the best song on the album and one of the most criminally underrated Beatles songs.

No one really seems to care about this song. When I first heard it, I couldn't stop listening to it. It was also the last song recorded for Revolver.

Poor Peter Fonda. All he tried to do was reassure George Harrison that he wasn't dying from his LSD trip, thereby earning the ire of a tripped out Lennon, who made the song sound happy, even if Fonda creeped him out. Fonda's misfortune is our gain. This rocker and its twin (to me) 'And Your Bird Can Sing' have always been the two criminally underrated Lennom rockers from Revolver. Everyone remembers how different Tomorrow Never Knows was, but this and 'Bird' were more enjoyable.

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