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If the Beatles made one more album, what songs would be on it?

'Let it Be' was the Fab-4's final studio effort as a band but what if they released one more album in 1971? All of the Beatles went on to have very successful solo careers so we look into their very early solo work and see what songs might have made the cut for a final Beatles album.



This is part of our 3 part series on the Beatles 1971 album. You can read all three parts, here, on our website.


Here is our final take on what songs might make one last Beatles album:

  1. Instant Karma (John Lennon)

  2. Behind That Locked Door (George Harrison)

  3. Every Night (Paul McCartney)

  4. It Don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr)

  5. Look at Me (John Lennon)

  6. Monkberry Moon Delight (Paul McCartney)

  7. What Is Life? (George Harrison)

  8. On Woman, Oh Why (Paul McCartney)

  9. Isolation (John Lennon)

  10. The Backseat of My Car (Paul McCartney)

  11. All Things Must Pass (George Harrison)


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A compilation of solo albums from members of the Beatles

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