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Can you name the 100 Beatles songs based on their description?

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DescriptionSong
This song was their first single released in the UK
This song was the B-side to their first single
This song starts with someone couting '1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2'
This song mentions the songs 'Strawberry Fields Forever', 'I Am The Walrus', 'Lady Madonna', 'The Fool on the Hill', and 'Fixing A Hole' in it.
This song mentions each day of the week except Saturday
There are 3 different versions of this song with the same name
This song is a slowed down version of the previous song
This song is the longest Beatles song, featuring the line 'you've become naked'.
This song is the second longest Beatles song
This is the first song on their first album
This Beatles hit was actually a cover from The Isley Brothers
There are 7 Beatles songs with albums named after them, and this is the first one
This is the second one
This is the third one
This is the fourth one
This is the fifth
This is the sixth
This is the seventh
This song was written about Paul's sheep dog
This is the only song that George Harrison wrote on 'Sgt. Pepper's'
This song is sung by Billy Shears
This song is based on a circus poster from the 1800's
This song is about desserts
This is the first song on 'The White Album' about animals and is fully acoustic
This is the second song on 'The White Album' about animals written by George Harrison
This is the third song on 'The White Album' about animals meant to sound like a western
This is the fourth song on 'The White Album' about animals, this one referring to a primate
This song has a section in NYC's Central Park dedicated to this song and the legacy of John Lennon
This song was based on a bus stop in Liverpool
This song was written about a road where George Harrison stayed in Los Angeles
This song plays Shakespeare Radio at the end of it
All though not credited on the album, this song features Eric Clapton on guitar
This is a love/heartbreak solo by Paul McCartney on 'Revolver'
This was said to be Paul's favorite Beatles song
DescriptionSong
In 2016, Ron Howard made a movie with the title of this Beatles song
This song features Yoko Ono in it
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'This Boy'
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'I Saw Her Standing There'
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'I'll Get You'
This song was the B-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Roll Over Beethoven'
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Please Mister Postman'
This is the reprise of the fourth album named after a song
This is the first song on side two of 'Abbey Road'
This is the song that comes next
This is the start of the 'Abbey Road' medley
This is the second song in the medley that ends with gibberish
This is the third song in the medley about a 'dirty old man'
This is the fourth song in the medley about the dirty old man's sister
This is the fifth song in the medley, mentioning a girl who works in 'fifteen clubs a day'
This is the sixth song in the medley, and could be used as a lullaby
This is the seventh song in the medley, and all four Beatles sing
This is the song not listed on the 'Abbey Road' album, but is a separate song from the final track
This song was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 4th, 1964 (The Beatles that day held all top five spots, making them the only band in history to ever do so)
Many people think this song is about drugs, but John says it's about a picture his son drew
This song can't get no worse
This song was based on a missing girl Paul read about in the newspaper
Some believe at the end of this song Ringo says 'they won't believe it'
This is song on 'The White Album' is the first of only two songs that Ringo would compose in his whole Beatle career
This is the second song Ringo composed
This song on 'Let It Be' has an Indian phrase in it
This is the first Beatles song to feature the sitar
This is the opening track to the UK version of 'Rubber Soul'
This is the opening track to the US version of 'Rubber Soul'
This song is about an old man, but was written by a teenager
In this song, George Martin plays a sped up piano solo
This song on Rubber Soul is one of the few that Ringo sings
This song is the opener of their second album
This song is about a girl calling you on the phone on 'With The Beatles'
DescriptionSong
This song was written in Paul McCartney's dreams and was originally called 'Scrambled Eggs'
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Yes It Is'
Some lyrics in this song are French
The original characters for this Paul McCartney song were 'Daisy Hawkins' and 'Father McCartney'
The final track to 'Revolver' features the third use of sitar in a Beatles song
This Paul solo on 'The White Album' is stuck in between two John Lennon rockers
In this song, Desmond and Molly meet at the marketplace
This song is always on my mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind!
This song transitions from the last song by the sound of a jet plane
This song talks about Sir Walter Raleigh, the person who founded Roanoke Island
In this song, Ringo gets blisters on his fingers
'The Chainsmokers' made a song with the same title as this song
This song was the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Nowhere Man'
This is the third shortest Beatles song
This is the second shortest Beatles song
This is the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'If I Fell'
This is the B-side to the Beatles single featuring 'And I Love Her'
This is the B-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Rock And Roll Music'
This is the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Rock And Roll Music'
This is the B-side to the Beatles single featuring 'We Can Work It Out'
This is the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Day Tripper'
This is the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Rain'
In this song, Ringo plays... an anvil
This last song on 'A Hard Day's Night' has a very fitting name
This song was made about the Maharishi just before The Beatles left India
In this murky track from Abbey Road, someone repeatedly says 'shoot me'
This song on 'The White Album' also has John talking about suicide
This song came to John when he felt like he was going nowhere in trying to add a new song to 'Rubber Soul'
This is the A-side to the Beatles single featuring 'Revolution'
Ohhhh boy. This song has a full orchestra going up 24 bars and then ends with a long piano chord
This is The Beatles final song on their final album
This is The Beatles final song on the last album they worked on
Do these songs prove The Beatles are the greatest band of all time?

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