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12 Hidden Gems You Can Now Stream From The Beatles

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1. From Please Please Me:

"Misery" — The second song on side one of the Beatle's debut studio album was slower and more relaxed than "I Saw Her Standing There," which made it the perfect song to bop along to...especially when that piano riff comes in.

"Misery" — The second song on side one of the Beatle's debut studio album was slower and more relaxed than "I Saw Her Standing There," which made it the perfect song to bop along to...especially when that piano riff comes in.

2. From With the Beatles:

"You Really Got a Hold on Me" — What’s better than hearing our favorite quartet sing a Smokey Robinson classic? NOTHING.

"You Really Got a Hold on Me" — What’s better than hearing our favorite quartet sing a Smokey Robinson classic? NOTHING.

3. From A Hard Day's Night:

"When I Get Home" — The harmonies in this song hit you in the face immediately. Fun fact: It took 11 takes to get everything right.

"When I Get Home" — The harmonies in this song hit you in the face immediately. Fun fact: It took 11 takes to get everything right.

4. From Beatles for Sale:

"I’m a Loser" — This truthful song was inspired by one of the gang's favorite influencers, Bob Dylan. The tunes are still upbeat, but man, are those lyrics dark.

"I’m a Loser" — This truthful song was inspired by one of the gang's favorite influencers, Bob Dylan. The tunes are still upbeat, but man, are those lyrics dark.

5. From Help!:

"You’re Going To Lose That Girl" — Because these lyrics still apply when your relationship status is “It’s complicated.”

"You’re Going To Lose That Girl" — Because these lyrics still apply when your relationship status is “It’s complicated.”

6. From Rubber Soul:

"In My Life" — Some of us who didn't have cool parents, may have heard this song for the first time when Amaya from Real World: Hawaii sang it at an open mic night way back in 1999. The rest of us have been lucky enough to enjoy the sweet tunes and falsetto notes our whole lives.

"In My Life" — Some of us who didn't have cool parents, may have heard this song for the first time when Amaya from Real World: Hawaii sang it at an open mic night way back in 1999. The rest of us have been lucky enough to enjoy the sweet tunes and falsetto notes our whole lives.

7. From Revolver:

"And Your Bird Can Sing" — There's a lot of mystery surrounding the lyrics in this song. Which makes it super fun to think about when you listen to it over and over again.

"And Your Bird Can Sing" — There's a lot of mystery surrounding the lyrics in this song. Which makes it super fun to think about when you listen to it over and over again.

8. From Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band:

"Within You Without You" — You can clearly hear the strong Indian influences that George connected with in this one. Did you know Ravi Shankar taught him how to hold a sitar?

"Within You Without You" — You can clearly hear the strong Indian influences that George connected with in this one. Did you know Ravi Shankar taught him how to hold a sitar?

9. From Magical Mystery Tour:

"The Fool on The Hill" — This is kind of the perfect song for walking around the part of your neighborhood you've never been to before on a Sunday, ya know? Notable lyrics: "He never listens to them / He knows that they're the fools."

"The Fool on The Hill" — This is kind of the perfect song for walking around the part of your neighborhood you've never been to before on a Sunday, ya know? Notable lyrics: "He never listens to them / He knows that they're the fools."

10. From Yellow Submarine:

"Hey Bulldog" — This tune shares the driving, slightly off-kilter sound of the title track of Yellow Submarine, but the refrain of “You can talk to me / You can talk to me / If you’re lonely you can talk to me” is so infectious it’ll stick with you for days. Bonus points for lively barking from the band at the end.

"Hey Bulldog" — This tune shares the driving, slightly off-kilter sound of the title track of Yellow Submarine, but the refrain of “You can talk to me / You can talk to me / If you’re lonely you can talk to me” is so infectious it’ll stick with you for days. Bonus points for lively barking from the band at the end.

11. From Abbey Road:

"Oh! Darling" — Paul's gritty voice paired with Ringo's drumming makes this track worthy of your appreciation, please believe me.

"Oh! Darling" — Paul's gritty voice paired with Ringo's drumming makes this track worthy of your appreciation, please believe me.

12. From Let It Be:

"Two of Us" — "You and I have memories / Longer than the road / That stretches out ahead." Do you have someone in your life that makes you feel that way? Play this one for them till they understand.

"Two of Us" — "You and I have memories / Longer than the road / That stretches out ahead." Do you have someone in your life that makes you feel that way? Play this one for them till they understand.

What's your favorite hidden gem?

Listen to them all now, only on Tidal!  All images courtesy of Tidal and the Beatles Estate

Listen to them all now, only on Tidal!

All images courtesy of Tidal and the Beatles Estate