Top Ten Most Unique Beatles Songs

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The Top Ten

1 Mr. Moonlight

A riveting vocal performance by John Lennon, an organ solo, and overly calming guitars make this track stand out. - Pony

2 Revolution 9

This one was obvious. - Pony

3 I Want You (She's So Heavy)

This song is the closest The Beatles came to prog and doom metal. - Pony

4 Baby, You're a Rich Man

This little gem is often overlooked, but this song has a nice, psychadelic vibe that is very unlike their other psychadelic songs. - Pony

5 Helter Skelter

No comments here. This song's purely proto-metal. - Pony

6 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

A very overhated, upbeat reggae tune. - Pony

7 Savoy Truffle

A jazzy Harrison about Eric Clapton's love of chocolates. 'enough said. - Pony

8 It's All Too Much

This is purely acid rock; the use of feedback is rare for a band like The Beatles, but it works because George Harrison is really THAT talented. - Pony

9 I Am the Walrus

This has crazy lyrics, a surprisingly relaxing orchestral section, and an overall LSD-fueled happy vibe. - Pony

10 Happiness is a Warm Gun

This song's a little weird because the song is split up into four parts that are totally different from each other. Nevertheless, it's a classic. - Pony

The Contenders

11 A Day In the Life
12 Because
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