H for Hey Jude, the single from The Beatles which ruled the #1 positions in both the US and UK and placed in 10th biggest single by Billboard. I always liked the piano which played for the last few minutes in the song.  Sir Paul McCartney wrote the song for John Lennon’s son, Julian, and it was initially called Hey Jules.

The Beatles were an English rock band, they were legends and a class apart, and they had a unique style of their own.  They had created the best songs ever which take us all to an altogether different world. They were simply great, Sir Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

When you are heading home from work and too tired you have it ringin on your head –  it’s been a hard day’s night and I have been working like a dog, I love when they sing

But when I get home to you I find the things that you do will make me feel all right.

So true, isn’t it! When people just think and feel the same they converted into a beautiful song. This is the power of music, you need to convert your thought and feeling to immortal words and decorate them with music.

Other chart toppers from them include Obladi Oblada, I want to old your hands, All my loving to you, Eight days a week, Here comes the sun to name a few, add your favourites too.

My Connect

To be true I can’t recall but it’s been a hard day’s night made me a Beatles fan.

My Pick

The pick of the band from my side is It’s been a hard days night as I feel it so strongly the power of love when you come back home, your family tends to simply make your day’s tiredness disappear like a magic wand, he mere glimpse of them is what one needs, happy listening:

(All April I will be posting about my favourite music artist(as part of the A to Z Challenge), songs or bands and my memories around them and this will help us connect and discover new artists and music genres.)




  1. I was 13 when The Beatles released “Love Me Do”/”P.S. I Love You”, and they were an important part of my teenage years. They were not one of the groups I saw live in the provincial city where I grew up, which was always a pity, but thanks for the memories anyway.

    Keith Channing A-Zing from http://keithkreates.com

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  2. I adore the Beatles and this song. I didn’t know it was originally to be Jules. Glad they changed it. IDK why, just sounds better with that hard consonant. I have an Aunt Judy and because of this song, whenever she was called Jude for short, I thought that was just the coolest thing ever.

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