Let It Be came out in 1970
Please Please Me!
It was called McCartney-Lennon in the beginning, but they quickly changed it to Lennon-McCartney... Maybe they thought it sounded better?
Let It BeWith The BeatlesRubber SoulThe BeatlesAbbey RoadA Hard Day's Night
More commonly known as "The White Album"
Ringo, Paul, John, GeorgeJohn, Paul, George, RingoRingo, John, Paul, GeorgePaul, John, George, RingoGeorge, Paul, Ringo, JohnJohn, George, Ringo, Paul
Ringo, John, Paul, George!
Ringo and John are born in 1940, Paul in 1942 and George in 1943.
Strawberry Fields ForeverLucy In The Sky With DiamondsI Am The Walrus
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds!
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds... LSD... Farfetched, right? I Am The Walrus is said to have been written under the influence of drugs, but it's more like a big f you to the people reading into Lennon's lyrics.
One every year from 1963 to 1969
Whilst John, Paul and George all met and joined back in their hometown, Ringo didn't officially join until 1962 after meeting the rest in Hamburg.
Now, that wasn't so hard, was it?
go go g'joobbeep beep beep beep yeahyeah yeah yeahna na na na na nala la laoh yeah oh yeahob-la-di ob-la-daaaahAAAARGHHHnone of the above
none of the above!
These have all been sung.
A Hard Day's Night (1964), Help! (1965), Magical Mystery Tour (1967) and Let It Be (1970)!
3rd June 195717th August 195611th June 19586th July 195723rd July 195624th August 1958
They met the 6th of July in 1957!
How would anybody even know this?
John was wearing a blue shirt and Paul a blue button up. They've joked about how they matched even before they even knew eachother.Paul was wearing a black suit jacket and John was wearing a green long-sleaved t-shirt. John teased Paul for dressing so formal.Paul was wearing a white jacket and John was wearing a checkered shirt. Paul said that he could still see the young John Lennon from that day.John was wearing a white button-up and Paul was wearing a dark brown leather jacket. John really liked it and that's why the band wore leather in the early days.
If you knew this you have no life.
Seriously. How? Why?
I Want You (She's So Heavy)RevolutionHey JudeRevolution 9
At a whopping 8 minutes and 22 seconds!
John LennonGeorge HarrisonPaul McCartneyRingo Starr
George Harrison was!
With his My Sweet Lord
He wrote the song "Julia" about her
Long John, Carl and RamonJohnny, Desmond and MaccaSilver, Beetle and Mac
Long John, Carl and Ramon!
John was (obviously) Long John, George was Carl and Paul was Ramon.
George and PaulGeorge and JohnJohn and Pete (Best)Pete and PaulJohn and PaulGeorge and Pete
Paul and Pete Best!
Boys will be boys.
Stuart SutcliffePete BestJimmie Nicol
Stuart "Stu" Sutcliffe were only a member of the Beatles during 1961, he then left to focus more on his art, but sadly died in 1962 of an aneurysm in his brain's right hemisphere.
The QuarrymenThe Silver BeetlesBeatalsAll of the above
All of them!
RevolverWith The BeatlesA Hard Day's NightHelp!Rubber SoulMagical Mystery Tour
A Hard Day's Night!
All songs were written by Lennon-McCartney
Smashed eggsSunny-side-upBoiled eggsScrambled eggs
Lucky he didn't call it that, huh?
Paul is actually named James Paul McCartney. John is named John Winston Ono Lennon (he added Ono when he married Yoko Ono). George and Ringo have no middlenames.
He first walked out in the middle of recording The White Album and the other three members were forced to take turnes drumming to continue recording the album. When Ringo came back his drumset was covered in flowers. c:
I don't want to hear your arguments. Ask him yourself. (I thought it was John, too)