Top Ten Songs from the Beatles' Sgt' Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Abbey Road

The Top Ten
1 Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds Cover Art

Amazingly fluid florid and creative song,. how did John ever come up with all those images? Hee hee.

2 A Day In the Life A Day In the Life Cover Art

Vote for this, this is better than Lucy in the Sky. Naaa, this is just my opinion, there are people who think lucy is better than day in the life.

The best song the band ever made. Period.

This has to be one of the best songs in general. John's vocals are outstanding, the way the music builds up is steller. The lyrics are really sending a message that was very different to hear from The Beatles. It's not only a song, it's an experience in music and storytelling.

3 She's Leaving Home She's Leaving Home Cover Art
4 Something Something Cover Art
5 Within You Without You Within You Without You Cover Art
6 Here Comes the Sun Here Comes the Sun Cover Art
7 I Want You (She's So Heavy) I Want You (She's So Heavy) Cover Art
8 Getting Better Getting Better Cover Art
9 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Cover Art
10 With a Little Help from My Friends With a Little Help from My Friends Cover Art
The Contenders
11 She Came In Through the Bathroom Window She Came In Through the Bathroom Window Cover Art
12 Oh! Darling Oh! Darling Cover Art
13 Golden Slumbers Golden Slumbers Cover Art
14 You Never Give Me Your Money You Never Give Me Your Money Cover Art
15 Come Together Come Together Cover Art
16 Fixing a Hole Fixing a Hole Cover Art
17 Good Morning Good Morning Good Morning Good Morning Cover Art
18 When I'm Sixty-Four When I'm Sixty-Four Cover Art
19 Octopus's Garden Octopus's Garden Cover Art
20 Carry that Weight Carry that Weight Cover Art
21 Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite Cover Art
22 Because Because Cover Art
23 Maxwell's Silver Hammer Maxwell's Silver Hammer Cover Art

The people who hate on this song probably have not listened to the organ (or whatever it is) that harmonizes perfectly, nor have they listened to that peppy and beautiful piano. Who could ever write an uplifting song about a serial killer? The Beatles.

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