They ALL Came in Through the Bathroom Window

Revolver usually gets the critical nod, but for my money Abbey Road is the superior album. The A
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  1. Cathy’s Clown, Catch the Wind, God Only Knows, I’ll Be Back Again, Something. I just paid $200 so I could post that! Cheers

  2. (Babe, I’m gonna leave you; Witchy Woman; Crazy; You’re So Vain)

  3. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Hah - so worth it!

    I hadn’t really thought of ‘Babe, I’m gonna leave you’ as a love song, but if we’re calling it that, it would make the cut. You could go ‘Thank you’ to keep Zeppelin in the mix, too. Borderline love songs for me would have to include George Jones’s ‘He stopped loving her today.’

    But here’s my Top 10:

    1.) God Only Knows - Beach Boys
    2.) Something - Beatles
    3.) Lover, You Should Have Come Over - Jeff Buckley
    4.) Sweet Thing - Van Morrison
    5.) You Were Always on My Mind - Willie Nelson (I don’t want to hear it, BJ Thomas / Elvis truthers. It’s Willie’s song now.)
    6.) Lay Lady Lay - Dylan
    7.) I Can’t Stop Loving You - Ray Charles
    8.) Maybe I’m Amazed - McCartney / Wings
    9.) Tired of Being Alone - Al Green
    10.) Can’t Help Falling in Love - Elvis

  4. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Realizing now I’ve left out Layla and One, but there’s JUST NO ROOM, y’all.

  5. You’re Tangled Up in Blue ;()

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