The Paul McCartney Top 25 Beatles Songs

Paul McCartney’s songwriting partnership with John Lennon while in The Beatles during the 1960’s, it’s the most famous in Pop and Rock music history

The Paul McCartney Top 25 Beatles Songs

Paul McCartney’s songwriting partnership with John Lennon while in The Beatles during the 1960’s, it’s the most famous in Pop and Rock music history. Together, the duo changed the face of modern Pop music and wrote some of the most memorable songs ever. Paul McCartney, of course, went on to have a very successful solo career after The Beatles broke up in 1970, a career that lasts to this day as one of the world’s most famous and beloved artists. Today Paul turns 76, and we’ve put together the Top 25 Beatles songs featuring him on lead vocals. Happy Birthday Paul.

25 – “The Night Before”, 1965

24 – “Drive My Car”, 1965

23 – “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”, 1968

22 – “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, 1967

21 – “When I’m 64”, 1967

20 – “Lady Madonna”, 1968

19 – “Good Day Sunshine”, 1966

18 – “Here, There and Everywhere”, 1966

17 – “Oh Darling!”, 1969

16 – “Fool on the Hill”, 1967

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15 – “Can’t Buy Me Love”, 1964

14 – “We Can Work It Out”, 1966

13 – “All My Loving”, 1964

12 – “I Saw Her Standing There”, 1963

11 – “Blackbird”, 1968

10 – “Eleanor Rigby”, 1966

9 – “The Long and Winding Road”, 1970

8 – “And I Love Her”, 1964

7 – “Michelle”, 1965

6 – “Get Back”, 1969

5 – “Helter Skelter”, 1968

4 – “Hey Jude”, 1968

3 – “Penny Lane”, 1967

2 – “Let it Be”, 1970

1 – “Yesterday”, 1965

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