List of Songs Recorded By The Beatles

List Of Songs Recorded By The Beatles

The following is a table of all songs recorded and/or written by The Beatles. Of the 304 songs listed here, 228 were written by at least one of the four members of the group, while the 76 other songs were written by others.

  • The columns Title, Year, and Album list each song title, the year in which the song was recorded, and the official UK studio album or post break-up album on which the song first appeared.
  • The column Songwriter(s) lists the writer(s) of each song. Many songs credited to "LennonMcCartney" were written by John Lennon or Paul McCartney alone, or with minor input from the other. Those credits are listed here as follows:
Lennon and McCartney: Songs written (as Lennon once put it) "eyeball to eyeball" (for example, "She Loves You" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand").
Lennon, with McCartney or McCartney, with Lennon: Songs with one main composer (the first name listed), but where the other made some noteworthy contribution; for example, cases where one wrote or rewrote some of the lyrics or melody, or where one wrote the verse and the other wrote the "middle eight" or bridge section, or gives the other an unfinished song to merge with an almost complete song (for example, "I've Got a Feeling", "A Day in the Life", or "We Can Work It Out").
Lennon or McCartney: Songs that one of the two wrote entirely on his own (for example, "Nowhere Man" or "All My Loving").
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