10 Beatles Songs Best For Autumn

Autumn is a season that gives magical feelings. Some consider it as the most beautiful, yet most underrated season of all. It’s a time when everything is on its way out, transitioning to from hot to cold, from vibrant to bleak. It brings a sense of nostalgia and sentiment as the sky gradually lowers and the leaves turn into fiery colors, leaving a scent of mustiness to the surroundings. That sentiment goes perfectly with the right autumn playlist and what better band could bring you into the cozy nostalgic mood than the Beatles! Summer and Christmas usually get all the glory in seasonal music, but it’s time for the Beatles to save autumn and give it all the love it needs.

I Want To Hold Your Hand

Fall is a time when you just feel warm and fuzzy inside despite the light chill outside. It’s a great time to stroll around look at the ever-changing trees, feel the breeze, and the urge to hold the hand of the one you love.



 In My Life

The perfect song of nostalgic moods. It’s a song of looking back at the year that has passed and looking forward for what is yet to come which encapsulates where the season of autumn is placed in the calendar — close to the end but not quite yet. It’s a time to be grateful for the ups and downs of life, and love all that has happened whether good or tough.


I Will

It’s an easy-going tune, simple but full of heart and filled with light. In the fall, even if it’s getting cold and gloomy, the feeling is still easy-going, and it makes you want to curl up with a cup of pumpkin spice latte and just appreciate what has changed and what has remained the same.


Hey Jude

“Hey Jude” is a song that brings forth inspiring emotions, motivations, and the will to move forward. Autumn is the last hoorah before entering the end of the year and “Hey Jude” gives the listener a message of hope that there are better things to come.

Dear Prudence

“Dear Prudence” is a very inviting song, just as Autumn is a very inviting season. It makes you want to “come out to play” and “look around” the beauty of your surroundings, to “open up your eyes” to the ever-changing colors, to smell the nutty scents, and to feel the cooler air that embraces you and welcomes you to another chapter in the year.



“Something” pinpoints that particular feeling that you can’t think of a word to describe. It makes you want to stay home, stay close, and dance slowly with your loved one, watching the golden leaves fall to the ground, listening to the fire crackle.


Autumn makes you think back on what has happened in the past spring and summer season. Fall is the beginning of school, of a new season in work, and sometimes that comes with new troubles. The bright and sunny hot weather transitioning to a gloom and cold can sometimes let a person down and yearn for the brighter days of yesterday. It’s one of the most covered songs in the world, and justifiably so, it’s the epitome of feeling nostalgic and expressing it in a musical way.



Hello, Goodbye

This song is another track expresses a sense of transition, of entering something new but leaving something familiar at the same time. It’s a push-and-pull, it’s a duality of emotions, and yet it’s inevitable.  The music has a pounding passion to it and yet it embraces the lyrics in a softer way. A feeling of being in a rush to leave and in arriving in a slower manner.

The Long And Winding Road

Just like the dissipation of summer and the arrival of fall, there is a subtle poignant feeling to “The Long And Winding Road”. It’s wistful and hopeful at the same time. And it reminds us that even through heartbreak and separation, there is always a road that leads us back to the love that we knew.


Don’t Let Me Down

This one’s definitely something you’d play over and over on a chilly September afternoon, in your knitted cashmere sweater, thinking about the last days of the year, the same way you are about the last days of the greatest band that ever existed — The Beatles. We don’t want Autumn to let us down, and surely it won’t because Autumn, she done us good, oh, she done us good.