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Sep 24 2019

Lunchtime Poll: Which Beatles song could you never forget?

This week's new titles on DVD or Blu-Ray are the remake ofChild's Play(reviewed),the critically lambasted three generations ofShaft,Luc Besson's latest action flickAnna,and one of the year's true sleeper hits,Danny Boyle'sYesterday.In a freak occurence a failed songwriter (Himesh Patel) wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed.He's the only one who remembers their music so he starts passing off their songs as his own and skyrockets to fame. Did you see it?Did you love it,loathe it,or fall somewhere inbetween (*raises own hand*)?Either way there's surely a Beatles song you couldn't ever live without,even if you had to make do with a cover version.

Today's Lunchtime Poll: Which Beatles song is most burned into your memory and which is your favourite?

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She Loves You.They manage to say absolutely everything that needs to be said about the joy of rock 'n' roll in three words,or more accurately one word repeated thrice "Yeah Yeah Yeah"

Runners Up: Help,Revolution,Eleanor Rigby,and George's Something

September 24,2019 | Unregistered Commenterken s.

Most burned into memory: She Loves You,Hey Jude.(Honorable Mention to Ob-La-Di just because of the way my toddler tried to sing it.)

Best: A Day in the Life,Hey Jude,Something,While My Guitar Gently Weeps,Something,Eleanor Rigby,And I Love Her.

Hard to choose.I love the Beatles.

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterCash

The Yellow Submarine movie had an outsized influence on me growing up,so believe it or not: Nowhere Man.

Runners up: Yesterday,Eeanor Rigby,Twist and Shout,Norwegian Wood.

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterJames from Ames

Burned into my memory: Here Comes the Sun.

Favorite: Here Comes the Sun would be up there (as would some others) but it's probably either Day in the Life or Tomorrow Never Knows.

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterScottC

Burned into Memory: Fool on the Hill,Something,Got to Get You Into my Life,If I Fell

Fave/Best: Norwegian Wood,She's Leaving Home,I Wanna Hold Your Hand,Eleanor Rigby

Underrated: I'm Happy Just to Dance With You,I've Just Seen a Face,And Your Bird Can Sing

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterOwl

I love all of these:

I Saw Her Standing There
From Me to You
Hello Goodbye
Here Comes the Sun
The Long and Winding Road

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterEdward L.

Are we done with the Emmys?The fashions and the speeches were really good.

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Hello Goodbye!

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterH

I grew up thinking the Beatles were really overrated until I watched The World According to Garp in high school and heard "When I'm 64"for the first time.I loved it instantly and when I looked through the credits and saw who was performing it,my assumptions were totally upended,which sparked a deep dive into their catalog.So "64"is the one I could never forget,favorite is either "Ticket to Ride"or "Cry Baby Cry"...or "Every Little Thing"...or "Another Girl."

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterTrey

Burned into memory: Wait

Ah,first love.When I was 15,my first love took a cross-country school trip that I couldn't go on.I got Wait stuck in my head,thinking of her,waiting desperately for our reunion.I sang it to myself all summer,and when she returned,she wanted nothing to do with me.I was destroyed.

Favorite is probably Here,There,and Everywhere,but I adore the Beatles,even their truly lesser work.

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterDeborah Lipp

Lived through - and loved - Beatlemania as a kid in the 60's.Decades later saw McCartney in concert,was awed by the breadth and depth of the combined Beatles/McCartney solo catalogue.A memorable evening as one iconic classic after another.washed over an adoring crowd.

Burned into Memory: She Loves You,I Want to Hold Your Hand,Hey Jude

Favorites: I'll Follow the Sun,I'll Be Back,Eleanor Rigby,Here Comes the Sun,so many more

September 24,2019 | Unregistered CommenterKen

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