The perfect reminder that we all need a little help: The Beatles’ “Help!” song from 1965

The Beatles are one of the most famous music bands of all time. Music lovers worldwide, especially girls, were crazy about their songs & their handsome faces. The group comprises John Lennon (songwriter & singer), George Harrison, Paul McCartney, & Ringo Starr.

The Beatles recently shared a video clip of one of their hit tracks, “Help.” It was written by Lennon & McCartney. Their songwriting is considered one of the most successful music-writing combinations in the world, even today.

The song “Help” resulted from the demands and the pressure that The Beatles faced from their fans and the music tour in a short span. They were just 4 young boys who suddenly rose to fame & did not know how to handle so much stress.

Lennon decided to write the song in 1965 as a cry for help. They wanted to express their desire to escape fame and the pressure that came with it. The catchy beats and memorable chorus, “Help me if you can, I’m feeling down, and I appreciate you being round,” is a must-have for all music lovers.

The song has Lennon as the lead vocalist, and Paul McCartney sits just behind on the swing pole. George Harrison provides the vocals, while Ringo Starr adorably sits holding an umbrella in his hand (as he obviously can’t carry the drums on the swing pole).

Harrison is bewildered by the sudden fake rain. However, the song’s best part is McCartney’s happy jump on the swing pole and guitar playing, which shows his childish appeal. While Lennon’s sincerity shows as he sings the beautiful track.

The track’s upbeat rhythm and catchy lyrics make it a must-have song for all music lovers & The Beatles fans. Even after so many years, it is still considered one of the most popular choices for various parties.

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