Are There Such A Thing As Bad Beatles Songs?

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“To the toppermost of the poppermost!”


There’s no doubt that the Beatles released may great songs during their time — but that doesn’t make it as an exception from releasing mistake stinker songs. So here’s our look at the Bad Beatles Songs:

 

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5. Boys

The sole vocal contribution of Ringo Starr to the group, and it’s just a cover song. It was released from their debut album and was originally recorded by the girl group the Shirelles in 1960. Watch Ringo sing the tune down below:

4. Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand

The Beatlemania was the trend in 1964, and they just released their two hit songs “She Loves You” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” However, they followed it with a stinker, Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand. What does it mean, anyway?

3. Wild Honey Pie

From the band’s self-titled album, The Beatles. It was released in 1968. The song is horrible it many ways. Paul McCartney recorded it using a series of overdubs and multi-tracks and no one knows what the song was aiming for.

2. Flying

From the band’s 1967 album, Magical Mystery Tour. And this one is number 2 on our list of bad Beatles songs. Mainly because it’s an embarrassing instrumental track, and it was said because this was one of the few times that the four Beatles collaborated on a full track.

1. Revolution 9

The infamous John Lennon song for the Beatles. Included on the band’s self-titled album released in 1968. Revolution 9, it is what it is: the all-time number on WORST BEATLE SONG.

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