Top Ten Best Lines from Beatles Songs
The Top Ten
Every time that I here theses particular words, they send shivers down my spine. Every time that I hear these words, I can imagine myself wandering through Strawberry Fields. Every time I hear these words...you get what I mean.
To me, it's like an invitation to go on the whole trip with The Beatles - a siren calling out, luring you in... And what a Marvelous trip to take! 😍
The best quote of possibly the best song of all time. The whole entire song is fantastic, but, for some reason, this has always been my favorite line of the song.
The Beatles aren't just tune people!
John's emphasis on the word "high" always gets me. The whole song is a big, trippy masterpiece, and this sentence makes it that much better.
Lucy in the sky with diamonds has great lines
One of the Beatles' best songs, in my opinion. The whole chorus is what sells the song, but the first sentence is special to me because I began to realize, without friends, life is difficult and, most of the time, pointless.
The Joe Cocker version is my all-time favourite, so even though I'm not overly keen on this version I kinda have to choose it on lyrics alone.
One of the best songs off of "Abbey Road." This is also the best line of the song. For some reason, whenever I listen to this song, I envision myself eating seafood in a restaurant. Is that strange?
Arguably one of the Beatles' best, I particularly love this line because, like "With a Little Help From My Friends," it states that, to me, you should love your enemies, no matter what they might do to you. While this is hard most of the time, I always keep this line in my head.
Great lyrics to this song
The voice just sounds so eerie, yet so calming while singing these lines.
The harmony on this gives me chills. Great (or should I say fab? ) list, Alpha101.
Quite possibly the greatest line in the history of popular music.
Legend has it that the take used on the album is the final take, from the final day the boys were ever together in the studio.
They gathered themselves up, and walked out knowing they were the greatest that had ever been, and the greatest that would ever be.
Best line in music history
One of my favorites because it's just so catchy, yet so memorable and great at the same time!
Of course we will!
One of the most recognizable quotes from the Beatles.
It's a cool quote
This quote is self-explanatory.
It is a short meaningful line
Love the warmth of this line