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Eleanor Rigby is the best Beatles song I've ever heard. Also, Mr. Weed's strangeness should be punished by no more than a pat on the head.

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Originally written by Sir David:

Eleanor Rigby is the best Beatles song I've ever heard.
It is a fine song, but it's not on my personal Top 20 list of Beatles songs. "Strawberry Fields Forever" is my favorite.

And I am listening to it now. If anyone wants to compare Top 10 or 20 lists, PM me.

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Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 ("Pathetique"), fourth movement.

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Strawberry Fields Forever is great!

But seriously people, when talking about the Beatles, lets not forget such masterpieces as Penny Lane, Hey Jude (the original version!) and The long And Winding Road!

Also, I've developed a scary attachment to songs like Lady Madonna and Paperback Writer.

EDIT: Yesterday is not mentioned here as a masterpiece for obvious reasons.

[ Monday, December 08, 2003 02:26: Message edited by: Ironweed ]
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Eminem's 'Hailie's Song' ended just, and now it's playing 'Sophia', by Rasmus.

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Ironweed, Penny Lane and Hey Jude are both excellent songs, I agree. However, The Long and Winding Road (at least the version found on the original Let It Be album; I haven't yet heard the new version) was poorly produced by Phil Spector and was rendered into an overlush, orchestral cacaphony.

My favorites aren't the most well known ones, as I've found, from listening to nearly all the songs, that some of the more obscure ones are far superior. Shows what the masses know.

My Top Five:
1. Strawberry Fields Forever (Album: Magical Mystery Tour)
2. She Said She Said (Album: Revolver)
3. Sexy Sadie (Album: White Album, side 3)
4. In My Life (Album: Rubber Soul)
5. Love You To (Album: Revolver)

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I havent heard very many Beatles songs, but my fav has to be Strawberry Fields.

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Well my sister is playing some jazz piece on the piano....

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Tchaikovsky's 6th is called "Pathetique" too?

Haydn's Cello concerto in D major, first movement.

I'll be listening to Khatchaturian's Cello Concerto soon, though, because it's quickly become one of my favorite pieces.

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Beethoven's 32nd Piano Sonata, 1st movement. One of my favorites, definitely. And my friend plays it really well.

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"Savoy Truffle" by the Beatles, one of my personal favorites, and #10 on my top 20 list.

And it just changed to "Yer Blues" by the Beatles as well.

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Ooh, I like 'Pathetique'. I only heard a horrible rendition of it, though.

'mOBSCENE', Marilyn Manson.

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The Beatles definitely aren't my favorite band; the main reason I know any song is that my dad and sister listen to them. I don't know anything about Strawberry Fields Forever, except that it is or at least sounds like a Ben & Jerry's flavor.

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'The Golden Age of Grotesque', Marilyn Manson.
'Odditaizer', AKX.
'Macs Are feat. Motekye', AKX.

Haven't you noticed how the only music I really listen to is either mine, Marilyn Manson, or AKX's?

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YAY! Mozart's Fantasy in C minor K547. I can play it too!

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David, if you listen to any Beatles song at all, any at all, you must listen to "Strawberry Fields Forever." I'm currently listening to "Your Mother Should Know," also off the Magical Mystery Tour album.

[ Monday, December 08, 2003 21:40: Message edited by: Stughalf ]

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No Feeling by the Sex Pistols.

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Back on topic, Mozart's 12th Sonata in F major

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