Posted: 6:19 am Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Every Beatles Song Ranked From Worst to First 

By Aaron

It’s been five decades since The Beatles’ heyday, and yet almost everyone would still agree that they were one of the best bands of all-time.

Well, anyone over the age of 16, who knows music did exist before One Direction broke up…and anyone UNDER the age of 98, who knows music did exist after Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra.

BUT, not everything The Beatles put out was brilliant.

The site Vulture.com just ranked all 213 Beatles songs, from worst to best, and I think they kind of nailed it.

For the sake of saving you hours, here are the 10 WORST Beatles songs according to the list:

  1. “Good Day Sunshine” from “Revolver”, 1966
  2. “Dig It” from “Let It Be”, 1970
  3. “Little Child” from “With the Beatles”, 1963
  4. “Tell Me What You See” from “Help!”, 1965
  5. “Dig a Pony” from “Let It Be”, 1970
  6. “A Taste of Honey” from “Please Please Me”, 1963
  7. “Ask Me Why” from “Please Please Me”, 1963
  8. “Free as a Bird”, which was released as a single in 1995
  9. “Not a Second Time” from “With the Beatles”, 1963
  10. “She’s Leaving Home” from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, 1967

At the other end of the spectrum, here are the 10 BEST Beatles songs according to the list:

  1. “A Day in the Life” from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, 1967
  2. “Strawberry Fields Forever”, which was released as a single in 1967
  3. “Penny Lane”, which was released as a single in 1967
  4. “She Loves You”, which was released as a single in 1963
  5. “Please Please Me” from “Please Please Me”, 1963
  6. “Dear Prudence” from “The White Album”, 1968
  7. “Here, There and Everywhere” from “Revolver”, 1966
  8. “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)” from “Rubber Soul”, 1965
  9. “Eleanor Rigby” from “Revolver”, 1966
  10. “Rain”, which was released as a single in 1966

Vulture.com actually has write-ups for each of the tracks, where they extended some of their rationale. It’s actually pretty interesting. Is there anything you think they totally missed the boat on?