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Your Beatles Song, Based on Your Zodiac Sign

Will you be heading "Across the Universe" or starting a "Revolution?" Let astrology decide.

From the more than 200 songs they wrote and recorded to being the group that inspired a generation to embrace rock and roll to creating lyrics that continue to inspire, there are good reasons why the Beatles are known as the greatest band of all time. To understand their music on a deeper level, we asked professional astrologer Danelle Ferreira and diviner and intuitive tarot reader Charette Vachon to break down their hits. Keep reading to find out the Beatles song that best encapsulates you, based on your zodiac sign.

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Aries: "Revolution"

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Aries is bold, assertive, and not afraid to take risks. And when it comes to your taste in music, you'll listen to anything with a lot of energy and a great beat behind it.

"Aries love music that motivates them. They are full of boldness and willingness to take action, so 'Revolution' is a great song," says Ferreira. "The lyrics perfectly capture the restless energy of Aries, who is always looking for ways to change the world."

Taurus: "Here Comes The Sun"

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Taurus is the flower child of the zodiac who likes to take things slow. As a sign ruled by Venus, the planet of romance and artistry, you gravitate towards music with sensual lyrics and melodic production quality.

"Taurus needs music that helps them unwind and have a good time. They love to indulge in the finer things in life and 'Here Comes the Sun' celebrates the world's simple pleasures," Ferreira says. "Its gentle melody makes it a great choice to enjoy the beauty of nature and relax in the warm sun."

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Gemini: "Paperback Writer"

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Geminis crave freedom and variety in life, which is one reason you have so many hobbies and interests—and why you enjoy a range of music. You're also the zodiac's social butterfly, so you love a tune you can sing along to and that'll get everyone moving and having a good time.

"They are known for their quick wit and love of communication," says Vachon. "'Paperback Writer' is a clever and catchy tune that captures their playful energy."

Cancer: "Let It Be"

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Cancer is the most sentimental and moodiest sign of the zodiac. When it comes to music, movies, and books, you gravitate towards things that tug on your heartstrings and help you process your own feelings.

"Cancers are known for their sensitivity and emotional depth," Vachon notes. "'Let It Be' is a song of hope and comfort that speaks to their nurturing nature." The repeated lyric "words of wisdom" is also quite appropriate for the sign who's always lending a shoulder to cry on.

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Leo: "Hey Jude"

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Leos are charismatic and have a flair for the dramatic. As a loud and proud fire sign, you light up every room you enter. Therefore, you like music that packs a punch both sonically and lyrically, which is why ballads tend to make the top of your list.

"They love to bask in the spotlight and inspire others, so 'Hey Jude' is ideal for them," says Ferreira. "The song's empowering lyrics capture Leo's confident and self-assured nature and encourage others to be their best selves."

Virgo: "Eleanor Rigby"

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Virgos are known for their attention to detail and analytical minds, which explains your love of complex arrangements and melodies. As an earth sign, you also appreciate songs with meaningful lyrics and a mellow vibe.

"Virgo enjoys music that helps them focus… so 'Eleanor Rigby' is their song," Ferreira says. "This song speaks to Virgo's deeper, more reflective side, who often has many questions about the meaning and purpose of life."

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Libra: "All You Need Is Love"

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Libras like going out with friends and enjoying a night of music, laughter, and dancing. Ruled by Venus, the planet of love, it's no wonder you're partial to romantic songs.

"Libras are known for their love of harmony and balance. 'All You Need Is Love' is a universal anthem of peace and unity that speaks to their diplomatic nature," says Vachon. You'll have a great time singing "love, love, love" and "love is all you need" over and over with your pals.

Scorpio: "I Want You (She's So Heavy)"

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Scorpio has a reputation for being the moody and mysterious one of the zodiac. Though you play it cool on the surface, you also have a hidden sensitive side. When you fall in love, you become absolutely enamored with your partner. And being a water sign, you love music that speaks to your complex nature.

"Scorpios are known for their intensity and passion. 'I Want You (She's So Heavy)' is a brooding and powerful song that captures their dark and mysterious energy," Vachon says.

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Sagittarius: "Across The Universe"

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Sagittarius is adventurous, philosophical, and free-spirited. You love exploring new cultures and meeting new people, and that translates to your music tastes. You don't have a favorite genre or artist; instead, you gravitate toward songs and lyrics that fuel your creative side.

"Sagittarius enjoys music that gets you in the mood to travel and see the world. They love to explore and adventure, so 'Across the Universe' is a great song for them," says Ferreira. "Its ethereal soundscapes capture Sagittarius' imaginative and adventurous spirit."

Capricorn: "The Long and Winding Road"

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Capricorns are incredibly hardworking and dedicated. And while you love being recognized for your success, you're the first to admit the road there isn't easy. So, you like music that lifts your spirit and reminds you that good things take time to achieve.

"Capricorn enjoys music that motivates them to work harder," shares Ferreira. "They treasure hard work and perseverance, so 'The Long and Winding Road' powerfully represents their determination. The song speaks to the challenging journey that Capricorns must undertake to achieve their goals."

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Aquarius: "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds"

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Aquarius is the rebel of the zodiac. You're known for your eccentricity and visionary thinking. And you're drawn to music and art that subvert the status quo and have a bit of psychedelic energy.

Just like Aquarius, Beatles' lyrics are highly complex, and you love to explore the deeper meaning behind the music. "'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' is a surreal and otherworldly song that captures their imaginative spirit," Vachon explains.

Pisces: "Come Together"

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Pisces is intuitive, compassionate, and has a big imagination. Of all the zodiac signs, you have the most personal relationship with music and use it as an escape. You like songs that capture your creative spirit and help you tune out the world and relax.

"Pisces are known for their sensitivity and spiritual nature. 'Come Together' is a dreamy and ethereal tune that speaks to their mystical energy," says Vachon.

Lauren Ash
Lauren Ash is a profession astrologer, culture expert, and lifestyle writer based in St. Louis. Read more
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