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  1. Paul McCartney has written approximately 820 songs in his career, which started around age 16, so his career has been 63 years long, that is 757 months. In conclusion: he has written more songs than had months of being a songwriter Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
  2. The first recording session! The Quarrymen recorded In Spite Of All The Danger and That'll Be The Day on 12 July 1958, live into a single microphone.
  3. Happy Birthday Ringo July 7 RINGO STARR - NO NO SONG" on YouTube https://youtu.be/x-HLhRq9Lc4
  4. Remembering John met Paul this day July 7, 1957
  5. DAMfan

    Doctor Who

    Doctor introduces themselves
  6. June 25 is a day someone may want to hold your hand and ask you to please, please be true because they love you yeah, yeah, yeah. Global Beatles Day
  7. DAMfan

    Doctor Who

    The largest collection of Doctor Who memorabilia is owned by Lily Connors, who had 6,641 items as of the last count in 2016. Her dream is to own a full-sized dalek and be an extra on a future episode of the sci-fi program. https://t.co/5IgOej3Xru
  8. Happy Birthday Paul Mccartney June 18 "Yesterday (With Spoken Word Intro / Live From Studio 50, New York City / 1965)" on YouTube https://youtu.be/wXTJBr9tt8Q
  9. 56 years ago today, along with a string quartet, Paul McCartney recorded what would turn out to be the most recorded song of all time - "Yesterday." There are over 2,000 different versions of the song, from jazz to polka. https://t.co/jWARKPM3gy
  10. DAMfan

    Doctor Who

    "Craig Ferguson - The lost "Dr. Who" cold open." on YouTube https://youtu.be/M9P4SxtphJ4
  11. DAMfan

    Doctor Who

    "Every DOCTOR WHO TV Story Ever [1963-2021]" on YouTube https://youtu.be/xCmV3o6KDSU
  12. Until 1913, children in the United States could legally be sent by mail!
  13. The Beatles have spent 132 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart – by far, the most of any artist. Garth Brooks occupied the top spot for 52 weeks, the second most.
  14. Set your hour ahead before you go bed tonight
  15. George Harrison MBE (25 February 1943 – 29 November 2001) was an English musician, singer, songwriter, and music and film producer
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