Which Beatle am I?

Well, according to this article, I’m a little bit of George Harrison and John Lennon.
Yeah, man, that sounds about right! …heavy! (And with this I feel at peace ’cause these two Beatles are resting in peace already.)

whichbeatleareyou

Try the quiz yourself. I just happened to be half the group. And, maybe, if you turn out to be a little bit of Paul and Ringo, then perhaps we can get together and resurrect the Beatles, eh?!? 😀

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4 Responses

  1. I’m checking this one. Pero so far, mixture ako nina George and John. =)

    • Hi, wits!
      Yay!!! We probably have the same (or very much close) answers to all the questions. I don’t know how they (the quizmakers) assign points/weight in evaluating our answers. But it’s pretty darn interesting to find out the results!
      Thanks so much for stopping by, wits! I appreciate it a lot!
      Take care and GOD Bless you always!!!

  2. Wow!I took the test…and I don’t know the scientific explanation to this test…but I like the result….coz of all the beatles…it’s really Paul McCartney(apart from Lennon) who is really my favorite…and would you believe …I’m Paul….right dude…HARDWORKING!!! God bless Master Artist!!!Keep writing and make things happen !Keep the flame of hope!

    • Hi, 5378!
      You’re Paul! Fantastic! Of all the Beatles, I think Paul is the most musically-gifted! His bass-playing alone is a testament to that. In fact, my most favorite Beatles song– the silly, nonsense, “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da,” was composed by Paul! Plus, Paul wrote three of the most recognizable Beatles tunes of all time: “Yesterday,” “Let It Be,” and “Hey Jude”!
      I am partial to John– as my most favorite Beatle– because of his songwriting skill, lyrics-wise. While Paul may be the most musical among the four, John is the most poetic of them all! Some of John’s songs like “Revolution,” “Help,” “Don’t Let Me Down,” “Come Together,” “All You Need Is Love,” “Strawberry Fields Forever,” “Nowhere Man,” “The Ballad of John and Yoko,” “In My Life,” “Ticket To Ride,” “Norwegian Wood,” etc. are, in my opinion, works of genius! And who can forget his post-Beatles compositions like “Imagine,” “Happy Xmas (War is Over),” “Jealous Guy,” “Watching the Wheels,” “Give Peace a Chance,” “Woman,” and a lot more?!
      But Paul is possibly the most hardworking Beatle of all! And the richest, too, no doubt!
      Thanks so much, 5378, for stopping by!
      Take care and GOD Bless you always!!!

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