Worst is a relative term. Like any other band, The Beatles released their fair share of songs that don’t quite measure up to the extraordinary standards of quality set by their greatest tracks. Thus, these songs make up the worst of their storied career, but that hardly means they aren’t enjoyable in their own right.
With that said, let’s look back at the biggest musical missteps of the Fab Four’s discography and marvel that it’s difficult to pick even 10 Beatles songs that are mediocre enough to be considered their worst. These are the worst Beatles songs as I see them, and they’re still pretty damn good.
10. “Revolution 9”
I don’t hate “Revolution 9” as vehemently as many do. Many likely haven’t even listened to this White Album track all the way through, as it’s more of an experimental sound collage than a traditional song. It’s an interesting bit of work for the avant-garde sensibilities on display and the eerie atmosphere it evokes, but that doesn’t stop me from skipping it nearly every time it comes on.