Top 10 Scariest Beatles Songs
One time, I was at my friend's house for her birthday party/sleepover. Everyone was doing who knows what but two of my friends and I. I walked to my friends' Alexa and was all like "Alexa, play Revolution 9" because it's a creepy song and the lights just happened to be turned off. She played it and my two friends were so freaked out.
The "you become naked" bit is really disturbing and makes me uncomfortable.
I was so scared of this song, I almost cried out of fear...
I love the Beatles! There so weird and talented!
By far the most unusual compositional structure; coupled with the eerie echoes of a thematic undercurrent, there's nothing stronger than the seemingly despair-filled intro. Distantly layered, the vocals portray an miasmatic discomfort through the overwheming aspects of emtpiness... I personally rank it the fourth scariest-sounding composition ever produced. Few musicians have attuned the atmosphere to all these patterns in such a convincingly original way, and few songs could ever hope to utter such... lostness. Enchantingly frightful, both as a standalone track and within its contextual history.
Honestly, This song used to creep me out, but now it's my jam and I jam more too it. Want to know how to make it not creppy? HEAR THE BACK STORY! George Harrison was waiting for his friend and got mad, so he made a song about him waiting for his friend in his home on Blue Jay Way, and you hear "or I may be asleep" meaning he is going to fall asleep because his friend is taking so long.
As a Beatles Fan, this song was so weird at first listen. I Am The Walrus is weird of course, but I just found this even more unusual.
This one should be number one!
The mixture of the sounds give this almost happy but off-sounding sound, and I love it.
This song sounds kind of mysterious. I like it.
I find almost all of these songs rather creepy, except for Because and I'm Only Sleeping. The seagulls, the vocal fed through a Leslie speaker, and the backwards guitar solo on this song give me shivers.
I LOVE this song. It is eerie and I love it! The avant-garde in this song is awesome, and unique!
Not scary at all, but probably the most for beatles standards.
Because of the white noise? Also the song suddenly stops.
Fun fact, when John Lennon screams, YEEAAAH! You can hear a faint voice say "What was that about!? "
... At the end when all the noise comes back!
More weird than scary to me.
This song is just sad!
The most disturbing song I've ever heard. Deserves to be #1.
What is this even about? Goo goo g'joob? Pornographic priestess? Really?
This has pretty dark lyrics too.
"Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer
Came down upon her head
Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer
Made sure that she was dead"
It's an upbeat sounding song with dark lyrics.
It's literally a song about a murderer?
The high pitched noise at the end and the weird loop of noises at the end.
I could not see it any other way!
Creepy controlling manipulative ass who wants to kill his ex... this isn't number one WHY?
The song is quiet at the beginning and middle. It's just an average meditative track by George Harrison. But just as you fall asleep... you have nightmares due to the ending. It's eerie and frightening. This deserves to be number one!
Most of the song is quiet, and the notes that they play are kind of frightening. But that ending - the one with George's calling and the thing that sounds like a falling bottle - that's one of the scariest things I've ever heard.
I feel solidarity knowing I'm not alone in having been scared by this song.
That ending... Probably the scariest thing I've ever heard in my life.
You obviously don't know what Strawberry Fields is?
Then again you have probably never been to Penny Lane.
Lyrically very pessimistic and the strings in the background are menacing.
Yoko makes it scary.
Pretty clear lyrics
"Can you take me back where I came from can you take me back..." (shivers)