Who sung in the beatles?
Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey)
Yes, the song "In My Life" was composed and sung by The Beatles and Released on one of their albums called "Rubber Soul."
The Beatles were a popular band in the sixties. 'Get back' is sung by the Beatles.
"Beatles Beatles" the beatles did NOT sing this song. it was sung by David Essex.
no,that's how they sung that sung in a concert in 1978.
Till there was you- Sung on Ed Sullivan and on Meet the Beatles
No, that was sung by John Denver.
The last song recorded by the Beatles was "I Me Mine" written and sung by George. It was on the Let it Be album from 1970.
She came in through the bathroom window?
they sung things and entertained people.
They may have sung it but it was a hit by David Bowie
= i think that would be "Not guilty" = which is sung by George Harrison and then By the BEATLES
The Beatles - it's from their album... named... 'Help!'
It depends on the album and what condition it is in.
Penny Lane was sung by the Beatles. Peggy Sue was a popular song sung by Buddy Holly. Purple Rain was sung by Prince. Puff the Magic Dragon was sung by Peter, Paul & Mary.
Yesterday, written and sung by Paul McCartney is the most "covered" song from the Beatles; it's one of the most covered songs in history. Something, written and sung by George Harrison is the second most covered Beatles song. Edit: On iTunes the most popular song is 'Here Comes the Sun' by George.
All four of them sung lead, but generally not in the same song.
and I'll kiss you
You should get a Beatles lover either an album or song sung by the Beatles. If your lucky enough you can get him/her an autographed album of the Beatles. This will surely make them happy! My friend got this cool t-shirt that said "Keep Calm and Rock On"
Let It Be No, 'Let It Be' was sung by the Beatles. It was released as a single in 1970 and later was the title track on the album by the same name.
Even though it's not my favourite song by them I would say that the most famous song song sung by The Beatles was 'Yellow Submarine'
I don't think anyone is sure exactly how many songs, but there are 245 to 320 songs, wroteitten and sung by the Beatles.
George Harrison, mostly, played lead guitar and sung backing vocals for The Beatles alongside Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Ringo Starr.
The Thunder Rolls is a song sung by Garth Brooks. The Twelve Days Of Christmas is a Christmas carol. Ticket To Ride is a song sung by The Beatles. Tom Dooley is a song sung by Kingston Trio.
"Call Your Name" was sung/is sang by The Beatles and written by John Lennon.
"Michelle" from their 1965 album Rubber Soul.
The Beatles "Come Together" was sung by John Lennon with The Beatles, written by Lennon/McCartney. Songs written by John Lennon were usually sung by him and songs written by Paul MaCartney were sung by Paul. Aerosmith covered "Come Together" on one of their albums. I believe it was also released as a single for radio airplay. I do not know the year this was done. Sorry.
Yellow Submarine was the only Beatles single featuring Ringo as the lead singer. With a little help from my friends, however, is probably his best known recording. you missed one "Matchbox" hit #17 in the US charts, even though it wasn't written by The Beatles it was sung by Ringo You also missed "Act Naturally". It was not written by Ringo, or any of The Beatles for that matter. It was the B-Side to Yesterday… Read More
Answer Paul McCartney of the Beatles wrote the song in bed. It was intended to be a children's song. Many people have tried to find further meaning in it but it was really intended to just be a kid's song. It is sung by Ringo. There is a movie of the same name based on the song. the group that sung it was the beatles
The Beatles hum Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 (Ode to Joy) in the film Help! in order to lull a lion.
The song "Rocky Racoon" was sung by the British band The Beatles from their double disc album titled "The Beatles". The song was mainly written by Paul McCartney.
The first Beatles song to get to no.1 was "I wanna hold your hand" sung by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It went to the top charts in America and that's how the USA became crazy for the Beatles, also known as "Beatlemania."
No, they sound very different, despite the same number of syllables in each. The latter was sung by John and Paul, and the former was sung by Ringo. They are totally different songs. Also, the Beatles mostly did not write two songs that sounded the same or very similar.
A cover version of the Beatles' "With A Little Help From My Friends", sung by Joe Cocker.
Yes, all of The Beatles members sung. John Lennon is most famous for his song, 'Imagine'.
"Do You Want To Know A Secret" sung by the Beatles was composed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
The Beatles =) george harrison wrote the song and there have been many other artists who have done a cover of it.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote (music and lyrics) for well over half of the Beatles music. George Harrison was the Next top contributor. Ringo only wrote 4 or 5.
The song "Love Love Love" was sung by Donny Hathaway (1973 studio album Extension of a Man). there's also a version sung by "Hope" and one by "Avalanche City" The repeated lyrics are in "All You Need is Love" by the Beatles (first sung June 25, 1967).
The music of the 60 was just wonderful, it is sung today , Elvis , Beatles. today singers will not be remembered after fifty years.
What is the song that goes theres nothing you can do that cant be done theres nothing you can say that cant be sung?
Those lyrics are from "All You Need is Love" by the Beatles.
As far as I know, they never sung a song called " Not another Time", or if they did if was never released on an album.
No Im afraid not istant karma is a song written by John Lennon of the beatles and it is an English sung song, tokio hotel have never sung a song in English and then translated it into German
John Lennon was not just a member of the Beatles, he had also written a couple of their songs. Songs such as 'I Am the Walrus', 'Happiness Is a Warm Gun', and 'In My Life' are songs that John Lennon had written and the Beatles has sung while the group was together.
A Taste of Honey lyrics sung by Tony Bennett differ quite a bit from the Beatles' recorded version Which set of lyrics is the real one?
If you follow the "First is right" principle, the Beatles have the "correct" version as they recorded it in 1963 and Tony Bennet recorded his in 1964
The song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by the Beatles is generally agreed to be about the effects of the drug LSD. Some of the lyrics include the title itself, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", which is sung repeatedly in the chorus.
No, but Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote "I Wanna Be Your Man" to answer Mick Jagger and Keith Richard's questions about how they came up with songs. They gave the Stones first crack at recording it as a single, and it became their first hit. (The Beatles' own version became an album track, sung by Ringo Starr.)
Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds is said to be about LSD, but John said that the song was written after his son showed him a picture of "lucy in the sky" that he drew.
The Beatles created the song. "Come Together" was made in 1969 and it was on their Abbey Road album. Much later, Michael Jackson sung it.
The song "Let It Be", sung by The Beatles, can be found at several sites. Some of these sites include YouTube, Metro Lyrics, Lyrics Freak, and Lyrics Mode.