10 Best Beatles Songs, According to 'Rolling Stone'

>As a preview of its special issue about the Beatles' 100 best songs, Rolling Stone has released its list of the band's top 10 tunes. It's sure to inspire some controversy ("Let It Be" is only number 8! Where's "Yellow Submarine"!?) but hopefully will also get some good music stuck in your head.

Here's Rolling Stone's description of number 4, "Yesterday":

The most covered song in history began as something called "Scrambled Eggs." It also began in a dream of Paul McCartney's.

Read the full list at Rolling Stone.

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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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