10) 'I've Just Seen A Face'
From 'Help!' (1965)
It may have been buried deep on the 'Help!' album when it was first released, but this song has become such a favorite that it was one of only five Beatles songs Paul McCartney played during his 'Wings Over America' tour in 1976.
In just 2:05, it perfectly captures the rush and excitement of love at first sight, when you just want to share your joy with every passing stranger on the street. This country-tinged number features John, Paul and George on acoustic guitars, with George's lean 12-string solo reflecting his growing confidence as a lead player. But what's most amazing about 'I've Just Seen A Face' is that it was recorded on June 14, 1965 during the same session that they cut 'Yesterday' and 'I'm Down," giving further proof of McCartney's increasing versatility.
Listen to 'I've Just Seen A Face' by the Beatles