The Beatles: Hey Jude was John Lennon’s favourite Paul McCartney song | Music | Entertainment

Together John Lennon and Paul McCartney had one of the most iconic and influential songwriting partnerships in the history of music. But of all Paul’s songs written for The Beatles, do you know which was John’s favourite? Well back in 1972, the late member of the Fab Four revealed it was none other than Hey Jude.

Lennon also once revealed his favourite Beatles album to be The White Album.

Lennon made the reveal in a 1971 interview about the break up of the band a year earlier.

But his quotes didn’t see the light of day until they featured in a 1984 issue of Penthouse – four years after his murder.

Lennon claimed Paul didn’t like The White Album as he “wanted it to be more a group thing, which really means more Paul. So he never liked that album.”

But the late Beatles admitted it was his favourite of the 12, adding: “I always preferred it to all the other albums, including Pepper, because I thought the music was better.

“The Pepper myth is bigger, but the music on the White Album is far superior, I think.”

In comparison, McCartney’s favourite was Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

In a 1991 interview, he said: “I’d pick Sgt. Pepper’s, meself, because I had a lot to do with it. It wasn’t entirely my idea but to get us away from being The Beatles I had this idea that we should pretend we’re this other group.”

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