Top 10 Best-selling Beatles' songs in UK

1 She Loves You:

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The group's second No.1 hit and the song which propelled them to pop idol status.

2 I Want to Hold your Hand: Released in 1963, it kicked off the British invasion of the United States.

3 Can't Buy Me Love: A classic from 1964, the group decided to start the song with the chorus.

4 I Feel Fine: A bluesy song with the first known use of feedback to start a track.

5 Day Tripper/We Can Work it Out: The world's first Double-A side climbed to No.1 in both the UK and the US.

6 Hey Jude: The first release on the Apple label, it was written for John's son Julien.

7 From Me to You:

Inspired by the letters page in New Musical Express, called From You to Us.

8 Help: With a film and an album of the same name, it was no surprise that this went on to be a chart-topper.

9 Hello Goodbye: First single after the death of Brian Epstein, criticised for being too childlike.

10 Get Back: The group's 19th UK single, it tells the story of Jo-Jo and Loretta Martin.

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