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These are the 10 most popular Beatles songs on Spotify so far

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Well, who woulda thunk it – Come Together is so far the most-streamed Beatles track on Spotify.

In case you’ve been too wrapped up in Christmas to notice, pretty much all of the band’s catalog showed up on most streaming sites Christmas Eve. While offering long-time Beatles devotees another way to access its music, the long-awaited arrival of the band’s work on streaming services is also expected to win the group a legion of new, younger fans.

In the first 48 hours of availability, during which time the band’s tracks saw some 50 million streams, Come Together emerged as the world’s favorite Beatles song – among Spotify users, at least. Originally released in 1969 toward the end of the Fab Four’s recording career, the song came top of not only Spotify’s global chart, but also its U.S. and U.K. charts. Other tracks in the streaming service’s top 10 Beatles lists (check them out below) span the entirety of the group’s career, from early pop ditties such as Love Me Do and I Want To Hold Your Hand, to later triumphs like Let It Be and Hey Jude.

When the group’s catalog arrived in the iTunes store in 2010, Come Together was the ninth most popular Beatles download in the first 24 hours of availability. Hey Jude topped that particular list (you can see it at the end of this piece).

Songs from the legendary Liverpool pop band have already been added to more than 673,000 playlists on Spotify alone, BillBoard reported, indicating a high level of interest in the new content.

Top 10 Beatles songs on Spotify, global:

1. Come Together
2. Let It Be
3. Hey Jude
4. Love Me Do
5. Yesterday
6. Here Comes The Sun
7. Help!
8. All You Need Is Love
9. I Want To Hold Your Hand
10. Twist And Shout

Top 10 Beatles songs on Spotify, U.S.:
1. Come Together
2. Hey Jude
3. Here Comes The Sun
4. Let It Be
5. Twist And Shout
6. Blackbird
7. I Want To Hold Your Hand
8. In My Life
9. She Loves You
10. Help!

Top 10 Beatles songs on Spotify, U.K.:
1. Come Together
2. Hey Jude
3. Here Comes the Sun
4. Twist and Shout
5. Let It Be
6. I Want To Hold Your Hand
7. Help!
8. Love Me Do
9. I Feel Fine
10. She Loves You

And here’s that list of the top 10 Beatles downloads on iTunes compiled shortly after becoming available back in 2010:

1. Hey Jude
2. Twist and Shout
3. Let It Be
4. Here Comes the Sun
5. Twist and Shout
6. Blackbird
7. In My Life
8. I Saw Her Standing There
9. Come Together
10. A Day in the Life

Trevor Mogg
Contributing Editor
Not so many moons ago, Trevor moved from one tea-loving island nation that drives on the left (Britain) to another (Japan)…
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