Gotta Love the Beatles | Reviewer: Dr. Roberts | 3/17/14

It all started one summer at my grandparents house. I was already a huge fan of 60's music (the most "modern" songs I listen too are by Micheal Jackson) and I had heard of the Beatles, but never listened to their songs. One our daily trip to the library, my little brother noticed the "Yello Submarine" movie. We decided to get it, and when we first watched The songs were just awesome. They got me to listen to my first Beatles album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band. From their, I discovered there was a movie called Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band, so I got it. They had a couple Abbey Road Songs, and thats what got me to listen to that album. With each day that passed, I liked the Beatles more and more, and eventually I started playing all there songs on guitar. Eventually, I downloaded every single album (including Anthology and Live at BBC, and the Love album, etc) and I listened to all of them and I still listen to all of them and I every single song. My little brother is fully responisible for this, for he noticed the movie. If you love the songs, watch the movies too. A Hard Day's Night is the best Beatles movie.

Oh, that magic feeling... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 10/12/12

This song, with all of its distinct styles and feelings, is incredibly inspiring. Now, perhaps the all of the lyrics are relevant to all situations, but the emotions put into the making of the song are. I think that that's true for any given Beatles song. I love the Beatles so much that I nearly cry when I hear the Golden Slumbers medley. This song in this medley is sort of like those last few days of a vacation; you know that the end is soon to arrive, but you want to forget that, to live in the moment. There are only a few more songs until The End (literally), but you focus on each note, each syllable that is sung. Musical success is when you've created music like that. The Beatles have done just that time and time again. May their legacy live on.

one sweet dream | Reviewer: amai | 6/29/11

every morning i get to listen to Beatles song. Breakfast with Beatles segment on a radio station. when i was little i soaked to their songs,every album..i think ive heard almost all their songs..they were my father's fav and my big sis is a huge fan too.. their songs is indeed phenomenal. they are really a legend.

anyway one morning i heard this song and it made me smile esp on the last line

"one sweet dream came true today.."
on that day one of my simple dream actually came true. :)

GEORGE HARRISON | Reviewer: Anonymus | 6/27/11

From the Cavern Club to the Apple Corps Rooftop to Cloud Nine, George has inspired many artist of today (EXCLUDING JUSTIN BIEBER AND OTHER HOMO ARTISTS: REBECCA BLACK, YOKO etc.) George is the best artist in the world along with Paul, John, and Ringo..... We Thank You George,

Yess! | Reviewer: #1 Beatlefan | 11/14/10

"we couldn't stop talking about how cute PauliePie"

Finally someone agrees w/me! My friend, a Beatles fan too, likes Dhani Harrison better.

I am obsessed w/The Beatles and I have all their songs! I <3 you forever Paulie. Lol.

:) | Reviewer: denise | 3/27/10

ahh so i was crying just now and i clicked the play button on my laptop without knowing which song was on. Then the exact lines "Soon we'll be away from here. Step on the gas and wipe that tear away" played. It made me smile. :)

Ohh Yeahh! Power to The Beatles fans!! | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/28/10

I used to feel alone as a Beatles fan. I was the only one (as far as I knew) that was a fan of The Beatles in my classes. But then my soon-to-be best friend came up to me in lunch and said "So I heard you like The Beatles?" For days after, we couldn't stop talking about how cute PauliePie was or how witty JohnnyBoy was. (Yes, we gave them nicknames. x)

We've already had an all-Beatles hangout and after she's done reading Beatles Anthology, she'll return it to the library so I can check it out! :DD

We've also gained some followers: my other best friend, my sister, and manyy others are now interested in The Beatles.

I have all of their albums on my iPod (save for "1" and Anthologies 1 & 2). I have a playlist made solely of favorite Beatles songs with a total of 67. (:

And one of the reason why I'm on this page is becuase I'm adding lyrics to all of their songs on iTunes.


Caught a dirty one | Reviewer: PC thirty-one | 1/3/10

It's hard to listen to todays cookie cutter crap after listening to musical genius's. The Beatles are no doubt my favorite band. for Christmas, I got 5 Beatles shirts, Beatles Trivial Pursuit ,and Revolver (now completed and waiting to be framed). For my birthday, I got two tickets to go to Paul McCartney's Summer Live '09 concert in Cowboy Stadium. I cried when I got them, and cried again at the concert. I'm four-teen. You can imagine how much I stand out. I'm also ginger,6ft,coverd in freckles,and am obssesed with harry potter trivia . So by no means your average teen-ager. I'm picked on by my sisters but, after being in the car with them and listenin to Justin Beiber, I dont care. They could pick on me all day long, but i will never listen to a bowel movment."Try to see it my way, only time will tell if I am right or I am wrong. While you see it your way, there's a chance that we might fall apart before too long." we can't work it out to my advantage. Pity.

In Love with the Beatles | Reviewer: Sarah | 12/30/09

This song just gives me another reason to love them as much as I do. I am a 14 year old girl living in a world of crap music! I wish I were born in the 40s. The Beatles are everything to me. Without them I do not know what kind of person I would be. Overall, this song is amazing and I love to listen to it over and over. I have a quest. To get every Beatles song ever made. Even the Anthology ones and BBC. I'm at 240 now.. and counting.

Absolute, undeniable genius | Reviewer: J.L. | 10/21/09

Think of another band that can take three distinctive styles and turn them into a beautiful cohesive song. The first verse as a ballad, the second as jazz and a rockin' final verse. This makes an amazing bridge to the rest of the Abbey Road conceptual LP, arguably the one of the top three Beatles album, if not, the top. Other incredible examples of the genius of this timeless band; dropping the rock instruments in favor of a harp and string quartet to sing the fluid and touching ballad: She's Leaving Home on the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band LP. No other rock band would have thought about doing that in 1967. They may not be the first, or the rockiness band of all time, but their genius spans over generations, making them the true spokesmen for rock n roll.

mojo filter | Reviewer: Daniel | 8/15/09

I was born in 1963,the youngest of 5 siblings. As an infant in middle-class suburbia,it was inevitable that the Beatles were my "mothers milk"They were the soundtrack to my life. It was the sound of shear genius. I re-discovered them in 1980 as a teenager when I found some of my sisters old records (yes, records!) in a closet. Compared to the crap on FM radio at that time,(I think they call it " new wave")I again recognized the sound of genius. Months later, John Lennon was shot. Needless to say,as a sensitive 16 year-old lad,that really fucked me up! Because of the weight and significance in their lyrics, The Beatles remain to this day the sountrack to my life. They are simply the best! The changes in mood and tempo in this song are brilliant! It is the sound of shear genius.

Tis a shame.. | Reviewer: Katie | 2/3/09

....that there isn't more music like this nowadays. I'm thirteen but I've never been fond of rap or hip hop and I absolutely LOVE the Beatles. Can't say this is my favorite song by them, but it's definitely in my top ten.

Seems to carry the theme | Reviewer: fulldawg | 12/7/07

of an earlier Beatles tune, "She's Leaving Home" from Sgt. Pepper's. When played in tandem with the songs it is linked to: "The Sun King", "Mr. Mustard", "Polythene Pam", and "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" as it was originally released one can get a feeling of continuity since the songs seem to run into one another.

Great song, great group.

The song that catches my feeling | Reviewer: Harvey | 9/3/07

I'd like to say this might be the best song I've heard about the Beatles,the magic lyrics and the wonderful beats have made me back to my high school lifetime

Like most Beatles songs - Its in a league of its own | Reviewer: Brooksism | 5/11/07

I've never been able to say that any particular Beatles song is their best song. But if I were to have to try, this song would definitely be up for consideration. What amazes me the most is that the Beatles were barely into their 30's when they broke up!