Let it Be
has one of my favorite Beatles songs ("I've Got a Feeling") on it. I was shocked when my friend told me he hadn't heard that song and then later told me it was "okay" when he did hear it. No. You're just wrong. It's awesomeness channeled into a song.
@My favorite Beatle: George, without a doubt. He had something about him that none of the others had, a sort of quiet wisdom with a very apparent sense of humor in his music when it was necessary. "This Song" ranks as one of my favorite solo Beatles songs for that reason. And if you need any proof that he's amazing, check out his Live in Japan
album, which culls together most of the best of both his Beatles and post-Beatles material. Plus, he has Eric Clapton
and his band backing him up, so what's not to love?
@Morwen on "Not a Second Time" and "You Like Me too Much": They just are really boring compared to everything else they did and don't seem to have a distinctive sound. "Not a Second Time" doesn't have an interesting or memorable melody, and it's just a simple breakup song. "You Like Me Too Much" has a nice piano intro, but it's very run of the mill after that. (Ironic, considering that George, who wrote it, would eventually write a much better song called
"Run of the Mill".)