Music Monday says Something with the Beatles

How timely that I’m featuring music to provide clues for my upcoming mystery novel, and it’s the Beatles’ 50-year anniversary to America.

It was Feb. 9, 1964 when they appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and made music history.

“Something” written by George Harrison (my favorite Beatle) is the only song he wrote while with the Beatles that topped the Hot 100 chart. It’s a beautiful song about the mysterious qualities of a woman that attract a man.

And we all know, there are so many things about a woman that can mystify a man. 😉

To recap, the clues so far were:

The Tide Is High



Mad World

If you want to read other genres I write in: erotica/romance, flash fiction, and short stories with a twist, check out the selection.

Have a lovely week,



Filed under Musical Mondays

21 responses to “Music Monday says Something with the Beatles

  1. Something is a very beautiful song. I grew up with the Beatles. It was a privilege to be young when the new era started! My favourite LP is Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, from june 1967.
    I like the song A day in life from the LP. You can find the song on YouTube!


  2. Great story about the Beatles in Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers”


  3. laurie27wsmith

    You can’t go wrong writing about the Beatles Eden.


  4. Lance

    I love them so much. They created a template.

    I think this is perfect, ace


  5. “Somewhere in her smile she knows
    That I don’t need no other lover”

    Yep, we get mystified, lost in the depths of a woman. I tend to smile when I’m lost, and I get lost a lot. 🙂


  6. I might tend to pick George’s Here Comes The Sun myself…


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