The Beatles’ Songs Which Were Never Popular

The musical band The Beatles produced their own 302 songs in all, so it is understandable that not all of them could become famous and top-rated. Here we have a list of a few of them with the least popularity, but far from being of low quality. It is just that they never got enough space to be replayed, and perhaps their time is still to come. Those songs never got the fame of ‘Let IT Be’, ‘Yellow Submarine,’ or ‘Yesterday’, but maybe one day they will resurrect. Maybe even after you read this post you will hear one of them on your favorite radio station.

‘Anna (Go to Him),’ from the album ‘Please Please Me’ (1963)

This is the song written and recorded by Arthur Alexander in 1962, but The Beatles recorded it also on their debut album. It was a favorite song of John Lennon.

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‘Hey Bulldog,’ from the album ‘Yellow Submarine’ (1969)

Some people consider this song as ‘one of the best Beatles’ songs nobody’s ever heard of’. Be that as it may, we know that the lyrics were written by John Lennon and when McCartney was asked to say something about it, he said:

“I remember it as being one of John’s songs and I helped him finish it off in the studio, but it’s mainly his vibe. There’s a little rap at the end between John and I, we went into a crazy little thing at the end. We always tried to make every song different because we figured, ‘Why write something like the last one? We’ve done that.’ We were on a ladder so there was never any sense of stepping down a rung, or even staying on the same rung, it was better to move one rung ahead”.

‘Two of Us,’ from the album ‘Let It Be’ (1970)

It is well known that, while making the ‘Let It Be’ album, the band was in the breaking-up process. This song is the duet between John Lennon and Paul McCartney in which you could hear the sadness and much effort for singing in both voices. It’s probably one of the last songs the couple made together.

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‘What Goes On,’ from the album ‘Rubber Soul’ (1965)

This song was released in the UK in 1965, but in the USA it appeared within the album ‘Yesterday and Today.’ It was sung by Ringo Starr, who even contributed with some of the lyrics. When asked what part of the lyrics was his, he said ‘just some five words’. This is the only Beatles’ song credited to this trio Lennon, Mc Cartney, and Starr.

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