What Are The Beatles Most Popular Songs?

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Countless #1 hits. Chart-topping albums. International fandom. But when it comes down to it, what are The Beatles most popular songs?

Emerging as one of the most successful bands of all-time, Beatlemania hit full swing in 1963 and barely slowed until the band’s last album, Let It Be, in 1970.

They’re the only band to occupy all five of the top singles positions simultaneously in the United States.

It’s hard to quantify just which songs were the most popular during the Beatles’ tenure: while early singles caught radio buzz, it was their later works that are highly regarded as the band’s masterpieces.

When the Beatles’ catalogue hit streaming services in December 2015, all of the singles have had even footing to compete.

We’re looking at the Top 10 of the Beatles most popular songs, according to Spotify streams. These are the songs that, decades later, are standing the test of time. These are the best songs, based on what listeners are searching to hear.

10. “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”

50+ million streams (April 2018)

9. “In My Life”

50+ million streams (April 2018)

8. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”

60+ million streams (April 2018)

7. “Blackbird”

62+ million streams (April 2018)

6. “Twist And Shout”

75+ million streams (April 2018)

5. “Yesterday”

83+ million streams (April 2018)

4. “Let It Be”

88+ million streams (April 2018)

3. “Hey Jude”

93+ million streams (April 2018)

2. “Come Together”

119+ million streams (April 2018)

1. “Here Comes The Sun”

165+ million streams (April 2018)

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