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The fireman

This song has been covered by numerous artists among which are: Kelly Jones of Stereophonics, Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones, Paul Weller, John Mayer, Keith Urban, LP (singer) among others.
Don’t Let Me Down has its genesis in early 1969, and is closely linked to Lennon’s personal situation at that time; both on a love level, with his absorbing relationship with Yoko Ono, and with his relationship with the other members of the band; which is deteriorated -in part- by his controversial love affair. All this linked to his dependence on heroin.
At first, the song was intended to be part of the album Get back (later Let it be), but it was rejected by Phil Spector, seeing the light only at that time, as the B-side of Get Back.
Allmusic in one of its articles describes the song as «one of his most powerful love songs because of Lennon’s soulful voice, which reached the ecstasy of soul, embodying the love between John and Yoko Ono. As well as being emotive thanks to the help of a momentary fifth beatle, Billy Preston» (who also participated in Get Back).[7] The song was also a great success.

The beatles while my guitar gently weeps

The following is a list of all the songs that were released on the official albums of the British group The Beatles. Apart from their original discography released in the UK between 1962 and 1970 (211 songs, including 25 cover versions), also included are the songs that first appeared on the compilation album Live at the BBC (1994) and on the anthology series Anthology 1 (1995), Anthology 2 (1996) and Anthology 3 (1996). Also listed under the «Annotation» column are the compilation Past Masters and the American-made album Magical Mystery Tour, which have been part of the group’s recording canon since 1988, and have since been complementary to their original British albums.
Song appeared in two different versions: one in December 1969, on the multi-artist benefit album No One’s Gonna Change Our World,[4] and the other on the albums Let It Be and The Beatles/1967-1970. The one on the benefit album would be included on the compilation Past Masters.

The beatles help! songs

In the midst of a red-eyed conversation about human isolation, this spiritual cut from Sgt. Pepper dives into a droning variation on a theme by musician Ravi Shankar. For some it’s a pared-down exotic rock; for others it’s George Harrison’s finest hour. You can probably guess which side I’m on. James Manning
It’s hard to be objective about a song that everyone has heard 12,000 times unintentionally, usually on karaoke. But if you strip away all those memories and dig deep, you have to admit it’s a timeless killer hook. Originally written by Paul to cheer up Julian Lennon during his parents’ divorce, it’s seven minutes and eleven seconds of purity. Tristan Parker
Never underestimate the Beatles’ early work. Lennon wrote this hit after hearing Smokey Robinson sing «I’ve Been Good To You» and copied the «doo wop» style in the harmonies. It’s a short, snappy showcase for the emotional quality of Lennon’s voice, his heartbreaking words imploring an ex to come back. Amy Smith

The beatles a day in the life

«Oh yes you told me, you don’t want my loving anymore / That’s when it hurt me, and feeling like this / I just can’t go on anymore.» [Oh yes, you told me, you don’t want my loving anymore / That’s when it hurt me, and feeling like this / I just can’t go on anymore].Disc: ‘Help!’ (1965)You can listen to it here.
«Is it right that you and I should fight every night? / Just the sight of you makes night-time bright / very bright.»].Disco: ‘Help!’ (1965)You can listen to it here. (1965)You can listen to it here.
«Yesterday love was such an easy game to play / Now I need a place to hide away / Oh, I believe in yesterday»].Disco: ‘Help’ (1965)You can listen to it here.
«She’s the kind of girl you want so much it makes you sorry /still you don’t regret a single day»].Disco: ‘Rubber Soul’ (1965)You can listen to it here.