In 1986, with the re-release of "Twist and Shout" from Ferris Bueller's Day Off and a year later with George Harrison's Cloud Nine album, I became a die-hard Beatles fan for the next decade. But, as my mother's Uncle Charlie use to say, "Too much of anything, good for nothing." I've grown deathly tired of the more popular songs but here are several tracks I still enjoy.
"I'm So Tired," The White Album. Favorite line: And curse Sir Walter Raleigh / He was such a stupid get.
"Two Of Us," Let It Be (a fan vid). Best line: You and I have memories / Longer than the road that stretches out ahead.
"She Came In Through The Bathroom Window," Abbey Road. Joe Cocker's version is probably more famous but this version has plenty of bite.
"Glass Onion," White Album. The Walrus was Paul!
"Real Love," Anthology Vol. 2. You can get back to where you once belonged. Terrific song and video from 1996.
What's your favorite Fab Four song? And speaking of Cloud Nine, here's another terrific tune from that album.