Which is your favourite Beatles Number 1 Single?

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Most fans of the Beatles would argue that even more than half a century after their first single, they are still the biggest, most influential group in the history of pop music.

During May 1963 to June 1969, the Beatles spent a total of 69 weeks with a number one single.   17 singles made it to the number one spot and the question is:

Which is your favourite Beatles Number 1 Single?

From Me To You - 2nd May 1963
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She Loves You - 12th September 1963
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I Want To Hold Your Hand - 12th December 1963
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Can't Buy Me Love - 2nd April 1964
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A Hard Day's Night - 23rd July 1964
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I Feel Fine - 10th December 1964
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Ticket To Ride - 22nd April 1965
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Help! - 5th August 1965
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Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out - 16th December 1965
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Paperback Writer - 23rd June 1966
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Eleanor Rigby/Yellow Submarine - 18th August 1966
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All You Need Is Love - 19th July 1967
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Hello Goodbye - 6th December 1967
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Lady Madonna - 27th March 1968
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Hey Jude - 11th September 1968
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Get Back - 23rd April 1969
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Ballad Of John And Yoko - 11th June 1969
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Based on 613 public votes.

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Rhapsodyinblue
28th Oct 2016
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Has anyone seen the latest Beatles film that's out now called 'Eight Days a Week''? Brilliant! It really made them come alive and the concert in the Hollywood bowl where they couldn't hear each other playing but they were all in time and in tune really showed what good musicians they were.
major red
12th Aug 2016
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none not like the beatles more the who
pollyken
22nd Jul 2016
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In My Life best of the lot
DaveEPeel
19th Jun 2016
1
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Crikey, was this nearly 50 years ago, EeeeeeK!
NCIS-Retired
14th May 2016
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"Something" .... a great slow dancing tune.
mickigirl
20th Apr 2016
1
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None of these!
Here Comes the Sun is my favourite!
Munsterlander
21st Mar 2016
2
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Love Ticket to Ride. These guys were geniuses and a real one off. Forgot some of their songs and looking at this list made me think how clever the boys were
Jjnancy70
18th Mar 2016
2
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The Beatles had so many good songs--frankly--Hey Jude was a favorite, also
weepam
14th Mar 2016
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Paperback writer was their 1st number one that wasn't a love song.their harmony was superb along with the b' side 'rain'.
Lindajay
9th Mar 2016
1
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Hello goodbye, but it could be almost any depending on the day
Dickens
18th Dec 2015
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Love them all except the ballad of John and Yoko never got it .
dungarvan lady
16th Dec 2015
2
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its hard to choose as I love everything the Beatles wrote but I probably like HEY JUDE best
Malcy
4th Dec 2015
2
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If you like the 'Beatles' then you have to watch the film 'Across the Universe.
Wilf
14th Nov 2015
3
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All you need is love-its a shame we cannot all abide by that simple mantra
joan boakes
12th Nov 2015
4
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Stafilos
12th Nov 2015
2
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I loved Lucy In The Sky, it was brilliant
Yosser
12th Nov 2015
2
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Yes it was a good track, Lucy in the Sky Diamonds translate's into LSD the song was about trip. The same as A Day in The Life was also about drug taking.
anniepassmore
11th Nov 2015
2
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8 days a week it is my all time favourite.
Maz-T
11th Nov 2015
3
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How can I choose just one as my favourite, they are all my favourites. The Beatles were the original and the best pop group of all time.
JohnHerb
11th Nov 2015
3
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I love the Beatles-their music is just timeless..bit like the Rolling Stones as well. They are just genius especially when you think these songs were written 50 years ago. I bet they will still be played in 100 years time on the latest technical devices at that time!

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