5 Worst Beatles Songs
The 5 worst Beatles songs remind the music world that these guys were not perfect. The Beatles will always be remembered as brilliant writers and a terrific rock band, but they were not infallible. Some of The Beatles music was sheer brilliance but at other times some of it was absolutely awful. Whether the lyrics were erroneous or the music was screeching and hard to listen to, The Beatles will still always be considered "The Fab Four."
- "Yellow Submarine" is one of the worst Beatles song ever written. The song sounds like a camp fire song that nobody wanted to be at. Unfortunately this song is what Ringo will always be known for. Someone in the group decided to give Ringo a chance to sing which is not what he should be remembered for. He should be remembered for his valuable percussion work.
- "Wild Honey Pie" must have been left on "The White Album" by mistake or it was used as a space filler. The guitar music on this song is bad enough to pick this song as one of The Beatles worst songs ever. The Beatles must have been trying to confuse and annoy people with this song and it's bad lyrics.
- "Octopus's Garden" must have been written when the entire group was high on drugs. Maybe, The Beatles were trying to write a nursery song but they seem to have failed miserably with this tune. The Muppets did perform this tune on The Ed Sullivan Show as an underwater skit. Perhaps that was the only good thing the song accomplished.
- "Revolution 9" is an experimental piece or song by John which is another one of the worst Beatles songs. In the song certain words are repeated continuously as well as incomplete parts of sentences. Also the world was not ready to hear Yoko Ono's voice at that time.
- "Run For Your Life" is a song which appears on the album "Rubber Soul" but should have been left off. This is a song that has a decent melody but lyrics that are both frightening and threatening, such as "I'd rather see you dead, little girl, than to be with another man." This song must have been written when The Beatles were at very low points in their lives.