Gaming Consoles & PCs The Beatles: Rock Band Song List by Eric Qualls Writer Former Lifewire writer Eric Qualls has been covering the Xbox line of consoles and Xbox games since August 2004. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Eric Qualls Updated on November 05, 2019 Consoles & PCs Xbox Buyer's Guide Tweet Share Email The big daddy music game is definitely The Beatles: Rock Band. It can appeal to a much wider audience than any music game that has come before, and that is a good thing. With 45 songs on-disc (all Beatles, no filler), fans of The Beatles will be very happy. We have 44 of the 45 songs right here. Lifewire / Marina Li It really is impressive how the band grew and changed over the years. Starting out with simple and repetitive pop tunes in their early years, The Beatles became much better songwriters as well as musicians by the end, which gives the game a surprising difficulty curve that really ramps up. The Beatles: Rock Band Song List I Saw Her Standing ThereTwist and ShoutDo You Want to Know a SecretBoysI Want To Hold Your HandCan’t Buy Me LoveA Hard Day’s NightI Wanna Be Your ManI Feel FineI’m Looking Through YouEight Days a WeekIf I Needed SomeoneTicket to RideDrive My CarDay TripperPaperback WriterTaxmanAnd Your Bird Can SingYellow SubmarineSgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help from My FriendsLucy in the Sky With DiamondsGetting BetterWithin You Without You/Tomorrow Never KnowsGood MorningI Am The WalrusHello, GoodbyeHey BulldogBack in the USSRDear PrudenceWhile My Guitar Gently WeepsHelter SkelterRevolutionBirthdayOctopus’s GardenSomethingCome TogetherHere Comes the SunDig a PonyGet BackDon’t Let Me DownI’ve Got a FeelingI Want You (She’s So Heavy)I Me Mine Compatibility With Other Rock Band Titles? Unfortunately, The Beatles: Rock Band tracks are not compatible with any other Rock Band titles and it stands as the only Rock Band game not made available to export to the other titles. This is a major bummer as having all of the songs you want to play available all at once is a huge part of the appeal of the Rock Band franchise, so not being able to play songs from The Beatles in Rock Band 3 or Rock Band 4 is a drag. The reasoning behind this is that The Beatles license was expensive enough just to make one game with, and having to pay extra to allow it to become DLC/exportable was too much for EA/MTV/Harmonix to afford. Simple as that.