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The Beatles once knocked a Monkees song off the top of the charts

The monkeysThe songs are often compared to the songs of the Beatles. Remarkably, the two bands had to compete for chart dominance at the same time. For example, one of the Beatles songs knocked the Monkees’ last No. 1 single off its pedestal. John Lennon revealed he wasn’t a huge fan of the Beatles song in question.

Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon of The Beatles near a drum set

Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon of The Beatles | Archive Michael Ochs/Getty Images

Paul McCartney wanted one of the Beatles’ songs to explore “a deep theme in the universe.”

In the 1997 book Paul McCartney: In many years, Paul spoke about the meaning of “Hello, Goodbye” by The Beatles. “‘Hello, Goodbye’ was one of my songs,” he said. “There are Gemini influences here, I think the twins. It’s such a deep theme in the universe, duality.” For context, Paul pointed to Gemini, Gemini of the western zodiac.

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Dais Johnston

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