Best Songs From The Beatles' Abbey RoadBKAllmighty
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The whole album is great. But this one stands out the most for me.
The entire albums fantastic, but this song is one of the beatles' best. The melody of harrison is amazing and the bridge has given me a heart attack!
I love the whole album. But this song has the melody that brings great feelings of love to my family.
LoveV 11 Comments
Great feeling song love most of the album apart from maxwell and octopus garden great album
Probably my favorite song from one of the best musical groups in human history. Also this song cheers me up when I'm sad.
Clearly the best record for Harrison, but I think this is better than Something due to it's fantasic acoustic riff and chord structure. The optimistic lyrics will make you feel warm on the inside
HAHAA! REALLY DANG GOOD SONG FROM REALLY DANG GOOD ALBUM! DIS IS A CATCHY SONG DAT EVRYYWUN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT! DA FIRST BEATLES SONG I EVER LIKED LISTENING TO!V 8 Comments
Gotta be good looking cause' he's so hard to see. Come Together Right Now Over me. Never get tired of this Gem! - Beatlesboy9
One of Paul's best bass lines, although the lyrics aren't the best of Lennon, it makes for one groovy tune
How George's two songs top the list is beyond me: they're good, but this is a Beatles album, meaning John and Paul have plenty of quality material. That includes this one: a funky John number that kicks off the album to a great start.
John at his funky best! Bluesy as can be! 1V 10 Comments
this song is great, anyone can enjoy the guitar, vocals and even the organ - rock2metal
I love prog, and doom metal. Being one of the first examples of both, and coming from the Beatles, it has to be good.
John Lennon started to wrote this song on my birthday
So hauntingly dark yet beautiful.V 2 Comments
This was the peak of their career. Ringo's very solid drum solo, followed by a rotating guitar solo with three sets of two bars each from by Paul, George, and John, which was recorded on the first take with no overdubs, it truly shows how in tune with each other these musicians were. Then the summation of their entire catalogue, underscored by their most beautiful music: "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make." Magnificent.
This is the Beatles being a band one last time and their love for one another shines through. Exquisite musicianship. Poignant and concise lyrics. A great end to a great career.
All the Beatles get a solo. This song is an effective goodbye or end to the greatest band that will ever be.
Who doesn't love a good guitar solo. Obviously people who've never heard this song. This is the biggest head-banger song the beatles have ever made period. One of my favorites. Totally worth every second. Too bad "Her Majesty" ruined this perfect way to end an album and the beatle's entire discography.V 1 Comment
Ringo should have wrote more songs!
I love this song so much!
Poor Ringo not getting that attention...
It's the best song everV 3 Comments
This song is absolutely the most heart felt song on the whole album. It really makes you sit back and say wow look at what these four individuals did. They created a good portion of the best music ever made and this is how they sum it up. Amazing
With "The End" and "Carry That Weight", this is the final goodbye of the greatest band that will ever be. - higgsboson2142
This song a good one
This song makes barely any sense: The Beatles seemed to be more vague about the subject of their songs as they went on- and the reason I love it so much is because of the fact it makes no sense!
Perhaps one of the best beatles songs, paul's part in the middle has to be one of the best verses in the history of music!
Just love it when the song suddenly shifts unto an upbeat, catchy tune!
Just beautimusV 2 Comments
This is a great John song with 9 vocals, the only Beatles song to have this many. George's vocals, even though practically inaudible, are great. John's voice is the very standard inbetween the two, making harmony. Paul's voice gives it a lot of spirit.
The best harmony ever
Easy top 5 of the album.
Great collaboration with perfect guitar riffs and Ringo's drumming Rock my soul.
The distorted riff and Paul's screaming voice complement each other nicely. It's a very underrated song
How is this not no1 - hype
Best vocals period of any Beatles songV 2 Comments
This song never receives enough respect. Perhaps because it is insubstantial on its own. Placed with Golden Slumbers and The End, though, it is a masterpiece. Whatever, Cowboy Bebop forever.
Powerful chorus that makes you want to shout out the lyrics
I like this song
Why so many people don't like this song? It sounds so good
This is so amazing! The Counter Point is pure genius! I wish I could forgive the people who hate on this song, but I find it really hard.
I love the album, but this song is definitely my favourite because it's just so different
Their best from their most famous albumV 2 Comments
Besides for just sounding like a great tune, I always feel as if this song does an amazing job of rounding out the part of medley that flawlessly flows from one section to another.
The highlight of the medley, in my opinion. Mustard-Pam-Bathroom!
I love this song! It's incredibly underrated!
Just love the intro
For me, the best in the album aside "Something".
I love this song
This isn't even a song
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Top Remixes (34)
2. Carry that Weight
3. You Never Give Me Your Money
2. The End
3. Here Comes the Sun
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