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I like just about all of the Beatles songs... in fact... I would have to look long and hard to find one I didn't like.
But this is my all time favorite: "Hey Jude" (And note: I like his remake better than the original one.)
I wouldn't really call that a remake, but a concert, live. :D I've seen both Paul and Elton in concert. Elton, the first time in 1975 at the Dodger Stadium and in the early 80s in New Orleans. Eric Clapton, I've seen him twice, and Phil Collins, when he was with Genesis. To see them all on one stage would have been amazing.
I always liked Hey Jude. As far as my favorite, not sure. I don't think the Beatles put out a bad song. :D
His ad libbing in the Na na na nananana--- part is different from the original.
The only original I could find was this (so just ignore the first 50 seconds):
This is another one I love too.
Edited to add: Isn't that you at the 2:19 second mark in the 3rd row with the glasses on? (* ROFLMAO *)
Sorry... just pulling your leg of course, but I just had to say that! (* CHUCKLE *)
Abby Road. The whole thing.
It's weird. I didn't like the Beatles when they first appeared, but now I love some of their songs and loved Paul on Carpool Karaoke.
I’m tired of their music.
But, they are legends!
Years ago we all went to a Beach Boys concert and I was shocked that both kids knew the words to most of their songs!
I don't listen to music, but I do watch all the music award shows and tv concerts.
I could never grow tired of their music.
In Japan Karaoke is quite popular and I often frequent the Karaoke bars... and when I do go in to one of them, I think 80% of the songs I sing are from the Beatles.
About 10 years ago, back in 2011, I was working on a project for 1 year in Central Japan separated from my wife and kids during the time. So on Friday or Saturday evening, I would go into one of the local Karaoke bars around 9PM... and as I had nobody waiting for me to come home, I just stayed until the place closed and they chased us out which was anywhere from 2AM ~ 5AM depending on the crowd.