The Beatles – Odds slashed on Paul McCartney basic topping UK chart | Music | Entertainment | EUROtoday

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Last 12 months, The Beatles topped the UK chart with their closing music, Now and Then, that includes the recorded singing of John Lennon.

Before that, the Fab Four hadn’t hit No 1 since 1969’s The Ballad of John and Yoko.

And now a Paul McCartney Beatles basic may properly hit the highest spot within the UK singles chart this summer time.

Coral bookmakers have introduced that Hey Jude has gone from 8-1 to 2-1 after being adopted by England soccer followers as their anthem for the 2024 Euros.

McCartney wrote the 1968 single to consolation Julian Lennon, John Lennon’s eldest son after his father left his mom for Yoko Ono.

Coral’s John Hill stated: “It appears as though Hey Jude is this summer’s adopted England anthem, just as Sweet Caroline was at the last European Championship. After the success Jude Bellingham has had on the pitch, we have seen a wave of support in our betting on the Beatles song topping the official singles charts this summer.”

Upon its launch, Hey Jude was 1968’s prime promoting single within the UK, US, Australia and Canada. Considered one of many best songs of all time, it has offered round eight million copies over time.