This week’s 50th issue of Next Big News is dedicated to the Beatles, and as such, it’s a big one for fans of the band.

Today, the magazine presents a retrospective of all of the songs that appeared on their final album in 1965, including ‘Love Myself’.

The article includes songs from ‘I Will Follow You Forever’, ‘Can’t You See’, ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Piano and Keyboard’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Down’.

Read moreA lot of the tracks that appeared in this issue are the same that appeared previously on the album, but in different order.

The original songs on the LP included ‘The End Is Nigh’, ‘The Long Goodbye’ and the first single off the album ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight’.

The new songs include ‘I Wanna Be Your Lover’, ‘It’s Only a Paper Moon’, ‘Let It Be’ and more.

The magazine also includes a cover gallery with all the tracks on the new album, which you can see in the gallery below.

There’s a lot to love on this collection, with the album’s greatest hits, as well as some classic hits that we haven’t seen before.

But the biggest surprise in the catalogue is the inclusion of ‘Love You Do’, the first song on the release of the album.

It was originally part of the soundtrack to the TV series Doctor Who, but it was a surprise inclusion that really stood out to us.

‘Love Yourself’ was originally written by Pete Townshend and released as part of a single on the band’s debut album, Live at Leeds in 1965.

The song was recorded at the end of 1965, and it was played during the show.

The first single to make it on to the LP was the one that was originally played during ‘Can We Dance Together?’ on the BBC1 broadcast, and was written and produced by Brian Eno.

The album cover features a large portrait of the Beatles in the background.

It also includes the song that we all know and love today.

The article also includes some bonus material from The Beatles, including a full colour booklet that contains an interview with Brian Enoch, as he plays drums on the song ‘We Can’t Stop Now’.

Read moreThe ‘I’ in ‘Love’ was added in 1964, and has always been the title of the song, even when the album was recorded.

The word “I” is also a common term in music to describe the title or a character.

The band’s label, Virgin, was originally based in Liverpool, but was later renamed by George Harrison to the Virgin Records label in 1970.

As we know from other songs on The Beatles album, the song was written in 1965 and released in 1966, and the band released a new version of the original song in 1977.

The new version was a double-album called The Beatles: The Complete Story in 1973.

The release was also the first time the Beatles performed live, as they played a few gigs at Leeds’ Leeds Stadium.

The show was held in 1974, and featured the band playing the original versions of ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’ and its follow-up, ‘The Great Gig in the Sky’.

Read a little more about the Beatles’ first single and album: ‘Love Her, You Can’t Leave Her’ is also on the cover of this issue.

We also got a glimpse at the song’s original version on the Beatles album cover.

The lyrics are written by George Martin, who wrote the lyrics for ‘I Saw Her Standing There’.

It was the last song written by the Beatles and is the title track of their third studio album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

The title track featured the song we know today, and is a popular song amongst young children.’

Love Me’ is the song from the album that was first played during a concert at Leeds on August 2, 1965.

It featured a piano solo from Lennon, and Lennon also appeared on a live version of it on September 8, 1965, in Leeds.

The Beatles also played a live rendition of it at the Leeds Arena on October 1, 1965 (with George Harrison and Paul McCartney).

It was released as a single in 1971 and became a major hit in the UK.’

We Can’ was written by Paul McCartney and was recorded in Leeds on July 24, 1966.

It appeared on Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts club album in 1968.

The single was later re-released in 1969 as a double CD, Sgt Pepper’s Magical Mystery Tour, which featured some of the greatest live performances of the era.Read more