Can You Match The Beatles' Song to the Album?

Olivia Cantor

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The Fab Four's influence in music, and pop culture in general, is still very evident. Sure, we sing their songs in karaoke bars all over the world, but are you familiar with the albums from which these classic lyrical gems originated? Take this ultimate Beatles music fan quiz to find out!

In which album can you find "Hey Jude"?

"Hey Jude" was originally released as a single in 1968. But it got anthologized in the "Hey Jude" album that collected many singles that weren't part of any album. It reappeared in the "Beatles Again" and "The U.S. Albums" compilation as well.

In which album can you find "Yesterday"?

The "Help!" album is where you'll find this classic Beatles song. Paul McCartney does the lead vocals here.

In which album can you find "Penny Lane"?

"Magical Mystery Tour" contains the song, "Penny Lane." It's such a cute and playful song!

In which album can you find "Here Comes The Sun"?

"Abbey Road" is a 1969 album. Its iconic album cover is emulated in global pop culture.

In which album can you find "Strawberry Fields Forever"?

"Magical Mystery Tour" is a 1967 album, labeled under the psychedelic pop genre, for some mystical reason or another...

In which album can you find "Eleanor Rigby"?

"Revolver" was recorded in London. It was released in 1966.

In which album can you find "All You Need Is Love"?

Both "Magical Mystery Tour" and "Yellow Submarine OST" contain this song. Fans bought up both anyway.

In which album can you find "In My Life"?

This classic ballad is part of the "Rubber Soul" album. It was released in 1965.

In which album can you find "Come Together"?

"Abbey Road" came out in 1969 as The Beatles' 11th album. It was recorded in Abbey Road Studios. Of course!

In which album can you find "She Loves You"?

"Twist and Shout" was the album that carried the single, "She Loves You." This album was primarily released in Canada.

In which album can you find "All My Loving"?

Both "Meet The Beatles" and "With The Beatles" were the group's second album releases for different continents. The first one was released in the U.S., the second in the UK.

In which album can you find "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds"?

"Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" contained "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds." The band insisted that it was not about acid. Sure, sure...

In which album can you find "I Saw Her Standing There"?

This song is contained in the group's very first album, "Please Please Me." In the U.S., it was also included in the album, "Meet The Beatles."

In which album can you find "Can’t Buy Me Love"?

"A Hard Day’s Night" originally contained "Can’t Buy Me Love." This song title also became a film title later on in the '80s.

In which album can you find "Get Back"?

"Let It Be" was the very last album recorded by the group before it. In fact, it was released after the group had already broken up.

In which album can you find "Ticket To Ride"?

"Ticket To Ride" was on the album, "Help!" Karen Carpenter also had a slower rendition of the song.

In which album can you find "Across The Universe"?

"Let It Be" contained "Across The Universe." A film where songs of the Beatles were incorporated in the storyline, also used this title.

In which album can you find "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"?

"The Beatles" or "The White Album" contained this song. Why is it called that? Well, see the cover!

In which album can you find "I Want To Hold Your Hand"?

"Meet The Beatles" contained this song. This second U.S. album is indeed a good way to get acquainted with the British band.

In which album can you find "The Long And Winding Road"?

"The Long And Winding Road" led to the group's ultimate break-up. But the band's members remained legends individually.

In which album can you find "With A Little Help From My Friends"?

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band had this playful tune in it. Joe Cocker would later create a folksy rendition of it.

In which album can you find "Blackbird"?

"The Beatles" or "The White Album" contain "Blackbird." Sarah McLachlan also covers the tune for the "I Am Sam" OST.

In which album can you find "Yellow Submarine"?

"Revolver" originally contained "Yellow Submarine." When they made a film using the same title, it was also included in its soundtrack.

In which album can you find "Let It Be"?

The song "Let It Be" was, of course, featured in the album of the same name.

In which album can you find "Twist and Shout"?

The album, "Please Please Me," contained this tune. They also made it the title of a Canadian album release called "Twist and Shout," so, of course, they also included it there.

In which album can you find "Help!"?

"Help!" was the title track of the album by the same name. On the cover, the band was trying to mimic flag semaphore letters. Inaccurate, but nice try, though.

In which album can you find "Love Me Do"?

"Please Please Me" contained the harmonica-heavy "Love Me Do."

In which album can you find "Michelle"?

"Rubber Soul" contained the mixed language song, "Michelle." It had French words in it.

In which album can you find "Two of Us"?

"Two of Us" was included in the album, "Let It Be." It's also on the "I Am Sam" soundtrack, covered by Aimee Mann and Michael Penn.

In which album can you find "You're Going to Lose That Girl"?

"Help!" contained "You're Going to Lose That Girl." The album title also became the title of a film starring the Fab Four.

In which album can you find "Eight Days A Week"?

"Beatles For Sale" is counted as the group's fourth album. They still sounded rock and roll-ish here, as evident in "Eight Days A Week."

In which album can you find "If I Fell"?

"A Hard Day’s Night" contains the ballad, "If I Fell." They also made a film bearing the album's title.

In which album can you find "When I’m Sixty-Four"?

"Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" contained the wistful, "When I’m Sixty-Four." Many couples indeed ended up singing this to each other.

In which album can you find "And I Love Her"?

"A Hard Day’s Night" contained the contemplative ballad, "And I Love Her." Each album definitely had different characteristics, progressing as the band matured.

In which album can you find "Nowhere Man"?

"Nowhere Man" is an example of the band going philosophical and deep. They did that from time to time, which was a departure from the usual sounds for which the Fab Four were known.

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