20 #1's in the US 17 #1's in the UK NOTE - The Beatles album "1" is a compilation of all Beatles songs that made it to Number 1 in either the UK or the USA, a total of 27 tracks.
not specifically no. however there were many songs about peace and against war in general.
The Beatles recorded and released 214 different songs on original release albums, EP's and singles, about 20 of which were not written by the Beatles. Some of these songs were recorded more than once, but a little differently and re-released. Two songs were recorded in German in the early days. The Beatles also recorded many songs that were never released. Some of these turned up on post-Beatles solo albums.
They had two (or possibly three) names before they became the Beatles. Way before the Beatles were famous, they were teenagers playing in a band called The Quarrymen; this name came from a local high school the band members attended. (Note that the lineup of the Quarrymen was not the same as what ultimately became the Beatles, although it was started by John Lennon. Paul McCartney joined the band in 1957 and George Harrison in 1958. Ringo Starr was not a member of that band.) When the Quarrymen traveled to Germany, they added a new member (Stu Sutcliffe) and changed to the Silver Beetles, although some sources say they were first called the Beatals. The spelling of Silver Beetles became Silver Beatles, and then finally, the band settled on The Beatles sometime in 1960.
Jenna Rose has 6 songs. the names of the songs are Sweet Melody, The Remedy, Spotlight, My Jeans, OMG, and Dont give up
They had 225 songs.
MANY of The Beatles' songs were not about love. The songs that were about love were most likely written because the writer was in love...
All of them.
There are too many to write so click on 'related links' below that will take you to a wikipedia page where there is a list of the Beatles songs.
348 in total. I am a Beatles fan.
Yes they did just not that many
more than 200
One with many metaphors in it is 'Blackbird.'