I enjoy looking at those “Throwback Thursday” pictures such as old-fashioned implements (“Hit like if you remember using one of these!”), and kindergarten classes (Johnny and Susie, and that kid who was always picking his nose), and street scenes (Main Street around 1913 with Doc Harding and his new Model T in front of the General Store): I’m also intrigued by all those “Ten Best” lists that folks compile of just about anything you can think of.
So, because it is February, and because it is Friday, and because I love alliteration, I came up with the idea of my own “Five Friday Favorites.”
Fifty years ago today, four young men from Livepoool, sporting scandalously long hair, arrived in the USA. The Beatles – John, Paul, George and Ringo – took the country by storm, and their songs have become timeless. So, here I go with my first Five Friday Favorites – Songs by The (Original) Fab Four!
These are just five of my favorites – I’m not claiming they are the best, but I still remember the words (kind of), and sing along to them when I think nobody is listening! Everyone has their own Beatles favorites, so please go ahead and add yours in the comments.
In alphabetical order, here they are:-
Can’t Buy Me Love
Here Comes The Sun
I Want To Hold Your Hand
When I’m Sixty-Four