The Beatles' Movie Medley

Album: released as a single (1982)
Charted: 10 12
  • Roll up
    Roll up for the magical mystery tour
    Step right this way
    Roll up, roll up for the magical mystery tour
    Roll up, roll up for the mystery tour
    The magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away
    Waiting to take you away, take you today

    There's nothing you can do that can't be done
    Nothing you can sing that can't be sung
    Nothing you can say but you can learn how to play the game
    It's easy
    All you need is love
    All you need is love
    All you need is love, love
    Love is all you need

    Everywhere people stare
    Each and everyday
    I can see them laugh at me
    And I hear them say
    Hey you've got to hide your love away
    Hey you've got to hide your love away

    Whoa. whoa. I never realized what a kiss could be
    This could only happen to me
    Can't you see?
    Can't you see?
    That when I tell you that I love you, oh
    You're gonna say you love me too, oh
    And when I ask you to be mine
    You're gonna say you love me too

    It's been a hard day's night, and I've been working like a dog
    It's been a hard day's night, I should be sleeping like a log
    But when I get home to you I find the things that you do
    Will make me feel alright

    I think I'm gonna be sad
    I think it's today, yeah
    The girl that's driving me mad
    Is going away
    She's got a ticket to ride
    She's got a ticket to ride
    She's got a ticket to ride
    And she don't care

    JoJo was a man who thought he was a loner
    But he knew it wouldn't last
    JoJo left his home in Tucson, Arizona
    For some California grass
    Get back, get back
    Get back to where you once belonged
    Get back, get back
    Get back to where you once belonged

Comments: 15

  • Catresse from Lawrenceville, GaAriel, well im sure you have but there are over 200 songs haha
  • Claire from Miller's, MdI have an unbelievable love for The Beatles and I'm only 14. I'm not exactly sure what this is. I've only seen there movies A Hrad Day's Night, Help! and there 1st visit to the USA. All excellent movies. I LOVE THE BEATLES!
  • Jessie from Ashton, Mdmy dad turned me on to music of the 50's 60's and 70's as a kid and i still love the beatlles and i was always curious what their relationship to the phrase love the one you're with was...if the had one.
  • Michael from Ponce, Puerto Rico, OtherMy daughter has 9 years old, and she likes the Beatles since she was a baby. My son (13 years old) knows who do the vocals in every Beatle song!
  • Krissy from Boston, MaYeah it's so good. To be completely honest I really didn't know who The Beatles were until this year. I have been listening to their music for 7 or 8 months. I have heard there music before I just didn't know it was them singing. I wouldn't have known who they were if it wasn't for my best friend. But now I know way too much about them stuff I probbaly didn't want to know but know and some really helpful stuff. I am glad I took the time to learn about them. And now I am learning about other classic and new modern bands or singers or both. Because the music I was listening to before wasn't the best believe me IDK y I listen to it. Like it was like really bad like unbelieveable at least to me. I am glad I got over that.
  • Maccaforever from Notl, CanadaWow, I can't believe someone hasn't heard of the Beatles! They're only the best band ever! Anyway, great medley!
  • Krissy from Boston, MaAriel serisously there The Beatles u have to have heard of them. The group was made up of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. John Lennon was murder and George Harrison died of lung cancer. Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney are still a live today. I like this song it's cool. this were u can watch it.
  • Nathan from Bruges, BelgiumDamn Ariel from McDonough, GA, where have you been living the past decade (whatever you're age is), on Mars? But where can the Movie Medley be found, or is it bootleg?
  • Ian from Lethbridge, CanadaThey always will be!
  • Mauricio from Hanford, CaThe Beatles are the best!
  • Calum from Edinburgh, ScotlandAriel, I assume you're joking about not having hard any of their music. There aren't many people who have never heard Yesterday. You never been in an elevator or hotel lobby?
  • Michelle from Antigonish, CanadaIs this the same as "The Beatle Medley" ?
  • Mary from Virginia Beach, VaAriel, if you mean are the beatles dead, no. Not all of them are. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are still around.
  • Ariel from Mcdonough, GaI've never heard any of their music. aren't they dead...?
  • Barry from New York, NcI remember this actually made it into Casey's American Top 40 back circ, '82 or '83. I was thinking what crap, you can just get the original songs and listen to them whole instead of hearing them all cut up. This was just the idea of someone who was greedy and was just another way to dupe the public into thinking that this was genuine Beatles product.
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