Readers took their lead from recordings made throughout the Fab Four's career, whether it was the big-hitters of A Hard Day's Night and Eleanor Rigby or album tracks such as Let it Be's Across the Universe or the quirky Sergeant Pepper favourite, Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite.
What does ER stand for?
ER stands for Eleanor Rigby (Beatles song)
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- Eastern Region
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- Ecological Reserve
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- Educational Research
- Educational Researcher (journal)
- Effective Roughness
- Efficiency Review
- Efficient Review
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In My Life took pole position: 10 - Twist and Shout 9 - Blackbird (White Album) 8 - Revolution (Quieter version from White Album) 7 - Yesterday 6 - She Loves You (written in Newcastle in 1963) 5 - And I Love Her 4 - Let It Be 3 - Eleanor Rigby 2 - Hey Jude 1 - In My Life.
A statue of Eleanor Rigby is placed in Stanley Street, Liverpool, as a tribute to the Beatles.
Byline: By BRIAN ROBERTS THE identity of the woman who inspired The Beatles hit Eleanor Rigby appears to have been confirmed at last.
He also borrowed sections of The Beatles' Eleanor Rigby and The Verve's Bitter Sweet Symphony.