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She Loves You
Lennon-McCartney original and a UK and US number 1
You've Really Got A Hold On Me
Originally recorded by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
Roll Over Beethoven
First written and recorded by Chuck Berry
I Wanna Be Your Man
Written by Lennon-McCartney, sung by Ringo, and covered by The Rolling Stones
Long Tall Sally
A Little Richard original
Ticket To Ride
A Lennon-McCartney song, famously covered by (amongst others) The Carpenters
Do You Want To Know A Secret?
Written by Lennon-McCartney and a UK hit single for Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas
Please Mr Postman
Previously a US Billboard No 1 for The Marvelettes
Words Of Love
Originally written and performed by Buddy Holly
If I Needed Someone
George Harrison song, The Hollies cover version reached the UK top 20
Dizzy Miss Lizzie
Cover of a 1958 Larry Williams original
Rock And Roll Music
1957 US top 10 hit for its writer, Chuck Berry
Beatles original which spawned numerous cover versions.
I Feel Fine
Beatles original and a Number 1 around the world.
Twist And Shout
Originally recorded by The Top Notes but the more famous version was by The Isley Brothers in 1962.