The Beatles - For No One (Song)
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  • I will admit that I typically prefer John Lennon greatly over McCartney, mostly because of how I prefer Lennon’s more psychedelic style of writing, but I have to say that McCartney’s work on For No One is excellent and I have to give him a lot of credit for writing this song, it strikes me as one of his most developed songs and also one of his more mature songs
  • I’m generalizing here and I’m sure that many people will disagree with me here but another reason why I always preferred Lennon was just because he stuck me as the more developed and mature songwriter whereas McCartney was more of the pop-orientated writer, but he certainly proves me wrong with that description at least on this track where he presents to me what I would consider to be among his greatest compositions, just behind tracks like Yesterday and Let It Be, two of The Beatles greatest songs


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      For No One is a track which appears on The Beatles’ record Revolver and written by bassist Paul McCartney. I will admit that I typically prefer John Lennon greatly over McCartney, mostly because of how I prefer Lennon’s more psychedelic style of writing, but I have to say that McCartney’s work on For No One

      is excellent and I have to give him a lot of credit for writing this song, it strikes me as one of his most developed songs and also one of his more mature songs. I’m generalizing here and I’m sure that many people will disagree with me here but another reason why I always preferred ...

      • Lennon was just because he stuck me as the more developed and mature songwriter whereas McCartney was more of the pop-orientated writer, but he certainly proves me wrong with that description at least on this track where he presents to me what I would consider to be among his greatest compositions, just behind tracks like
        Yesterday and Let It Be, two of The Beatles greatest songs. McCartney’s tone on this track certainly isn’t aimed to be a huge single and the emotion of the lyrics is conveyed in McCartney’s actual voice as well which is great, he certainly proved to me that he was just as mature a songwriter as Lennon with this song.




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