Sarah
Why the Beatles was so popular? To be honest, I am a great fan of the Beatles . The song "Here comes the Sun" is one of my favourite, even though we are a different generations with the Beatles. In the past my uncle was searching all these songs and we had a phonograph for these plates. I have to admit that it had  more romantic or magic..than just listening on YouTube. The songs are so simple, the language and lyrics are so understanable and have a meaning. I saw how people loved them. 
What do you think? What's your favourite song and..why the songs are so popular even now?
What's your opinion on the music in nowadays? 

Apr 25, 2018 9:03 AM
Comments · 12

When I listened to The Long Winding Road for the first time, I was 10 years old. I didn't know English at all but somehow I felt this song had an important message. I learned the English lyrics when I was a senior high school student. I realised the meaning of it after I became 40 years old. It is authentic message about life.

Good topic always, Sarah. Thank you so much! 

April 26, 2018
Yellow submarine. ..singing this all day long today :))
April 26, 2018
I like Blackbird. It's a light, gentle one. At school, Yellow Submarine is a timeless classic and there is a subversive version: we all live in a fascist regime...
April 26, 2018

The fact that my favorite Beatles song "While my Guitar Gently Weeps" was:

-Made without their trademark harmonization or outside instrumentation
-Written by the Beatle who wrote the least of their music
-Sung by the Beatle who sang the least of their songs
-and probably played in the recording studio by a non Beatle (Eric Clapton)

Tells me that I must not be much of a real Beatles Fan :-)   

April 25, 2018
I listened to Here Comes the Sun just now. I knew the song before of course. The lyrics are simple and positive which I love. It's a reply to The Long And Winding Road. This is The Beatles. 
April 26, 2018
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Sarah
Language Skills
Bulgarian, English, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian
Learning Language
Norwegian