Beatles Songs With the Best IntrosPetSounds This list came to me this morning, so I decided to temporarily come out of my semi-retirement for the purpose of enlightening you once again.
The Top Ten
The most distortion on any Beatles record. At first, it's a shock to hear those triplets blasting away, but I must admit, it is one of my favourite intros of all time. - PetSounds
It feels as if the song will burst out of the speakers with the energy! - PetSounds
This song was used in my performance at school! We loved it!
The riff that my family is plagued by; I'm constantly humming it. - PetSounds
So am I. And good to see you, PetSounds. - PositronWildhawk
I love this song and it's intro! And welcome back Petsounds! Delighted to see your list again. Just rethink on the decision of your semi retirement once again. Please come back. - Kiteretsunu
The piano sets the stage for a masterpiece. - PetSounds
First the tumbling drums, and then that famous Eb-G7-C chord progression. - PetSounds
Rudimentary piano chords are often all you need. - PetSounds
If this was the only song George Harrison ever wrote, he would still have had one hell of a career. - PetSounds
Whenever I hear La Marseillaise, I want to burst into a chorus of "Love, love, love..." - PetSounds
We all know of songs that fade out. How about one that fades in? - PetSounds
As soon as I hear the first two notes, the volume goes up. Gorgeous harmonies, moving lyrics, the double-speed Baroque piano solo, and, of course, the intro make this one. - PetSounds
One of the best intros in rock music history. - Alpha101
Absolutely perfect intro! Don't know what it is about it but I just really love it!
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