Best Post Break-up Songs from Beatles Membersluis9905 The best songs from John, Paul, Ringo, and George after the break-up.
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John Lennon was a genius, plain and simple. His messages of peace in songs such as All You Need Is Love, Give Peace A Chance and Imagine have changed many peoples lives including mine. Long live the king
The most amazing anthem to humanity. Full of hope and genius for what would solve the worlds problems. Love you, John Lennon!
John Lennon's Imagine will live down as the most influencing song out there. - Exodus666
Life altering, brilliant and beyond talented man. What a phenomenon, never to be seen again. so grateful that we had him for as long as we did! - PfeifferpfanV 2 Comments
This highly spiritual song has the most catches verse. It just sounds like the definition of the search for enlightenment. It's such a good track, beating out Wah Wah, Too Many People, And God.
Imagine is okay this song, Maybe I'm Amazed, and Band on the Run are the truly remarkable songs.
Imagine is great but this song is REMARKABLE.
I think that this was the greatest song Paul McCartney ever wrote. Seriously! It's so brilliant! Very simple (Compared to songs like "A day in the life" and "Helter skelter", yet it still proves how sometimes, less is more.
This is one of the greatest love songs of all time. This is Paul at his romanticest.
Since the breakup 46 years ago, McCartney has been little more than lightweight pop.
Band on the Run, should be number one! And the jailer man and sailor sam, were voting everyone,!
Come on, it's Band On The Run! No other song carries it's powers.
John Lennon was pissed of about whoever he wrote this song for. He was in anger town.
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