Music is a way of life for millions of people.
From blues to rock, hip hop to country, it is all part of a culture that has been evolving for thousands of years.
We have a way to share our music with the world, and the way we do it reflects our unique relationship to it.
Here are some of the best quotes from music that have made the rounds online.
The “Song” from The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles were born in the year 1963, so they had already written music for many of their hits, including “She Loves You” and “Don’t Let Me Down”.
“I know I’m not singing about the Beatles,” said John Lennon on his 1972 album Sgt Pepper.
“It’s just a song about life and how to live it.”
“When we sing the song, we sing about the life we live,” he added.
“We’re in a world where everything is about money, fame and success.
And so the song speaks to us.
It’s the same with a lot of the songs we sing.”
Listen to the Beatles’ song The Song at the top of this article 2.
The Beatles are not just one of the greatest rock bands in the world but also one of music’s greatest personalities.
They were known for their passion for music, and their willingness to do anything to get their music out there.
In fact, they had to be a little secretive about the content of their songs.
“They didn’t even want us to say ‘We’re going to put it out’,” says George Harrison.
“So when we did, they said, ‘Oh, we can’t show it to the public because it’s a private matter.'”
Listen to George Harrison’s quote about The Beatles below 3.
The music of The Beatles The Beatles released three studio albums during their time as a band.
“I think they were the first to release a single, which is really a wonderful thing because they did a lot,” says John Lennon.
Listen and read more about the history of The Rolling Stones album, Rock ‘n’ Roll, below 4. “
But I remember them recording a lot and recording a couple of songs that they really wanted to make, but they were very shy about it because they didn’t want to be perceived as trying too hard.”
Listen and read more about the history of The Rolling Stones album, Rock ‘n’ Roll, below 4.
Paul McCartney was one of rock’s biggest stars before he died in 1974.
He is widely credited with popularising rock ‘n roll and introducing the genre to millions of listeners.
“He was one the most amazing singers ever,” says David Bowie.
“The Beatles, even the first ones, all were very humble, and they really took a lot from the Beatles.
They really tried to keep it real, and that’s why they really stood out.”
Listen the famous Beatles quote above to learn more.
“This Is It” by the Beatles is the first single off their album, Abbey Road, which came out in 1966.
“There was a moment when we were very much trying to put our music on the map and make it a mainstream musical genre,” says Paul McCartney.
“A lot of people thought we were crazy.
But it’s still an iconic song to this day, and it’s also something that you hear in the movie ‘A View to a Kill’.”
Listen to the song here 6.
“Let It Be” by The Rolling Stone is the song that started the Beatles fame.
It has been cited as the first hit in the charts.
It was also the first song to be recorded for the Beatles singles “Hey Jude”, “A Day in the Life” and their 1967 album, Sgt Pepper, which featured the hit “Let’s Get It On”.
Listen to Paul McCartney’s quote above about Let It Be below 7.
“Donna Summer” by Mariah Carey is one of her most beloved hits.
It is one song she wrote with her then husband, Paul McCartney, who died in 2001.
“She wrote this beautiful song, and I think it was really very moving,” says McCartney.
Listen to his quote below 8.
“Tennis” by Paul McCartney is the Beatles most famous song.
The lyrics are about playing with yourself and having fun, and this is the way Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda, did it.
Listen below to hear the song below 9.
The song “Dancing Queen” by Stevie Wonder is one that is said to be the first and most influential song to come out of the Beatles’.
“We used to dance together all the time,” says the Rolling Stones’ Paul McCartney on the song.
“Paul would just sit on my lap and I would put my hands on his hips and we would dance around and I’d get really excited.”
Listen below, and read the lyrics here 10. “Livin’ on