Hey you, don’t be afraid. You were made to fill in these lyrics. Remember to give it all your heart, then you can start… To share your results on Facebook! "Hey Jude" (1968)Hey Jude, don't make it badTake a sad song and make it _________ Happier. Better. About her. Over. "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" (1969)Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammerCame down _____________ Heavy as lead. And it was red. At the end. Upon her head. "Can't Buy Me Love" (1964)Say you don't need no ___________ and I'll be satisfied Diamond ring. Children. Money. Fancy car. "Let It Be" (1970)When I find myself in times of trouble___________ comes to me My mother. Mother Mary. These old words. Her face. "Come Together" (1969)Got to be good-looking 'cause _________ He's got her on his arm. He's looking at me. He's so hard to see. He's here with me. "Yellow Submarine" (1966)In the town where ______________Lived a man who sailed to sea I was born. I met you. I found the sun. We had everything. "The Long and Winding Road" (1970)The long and winding road that leads to _________Will never disappear Heaven. My home. Far-off stars. Your door. "Here Comes The Sun" (1969)Little darling, it feels __________ since it's been here So long. Like years. Like magic. So good. "A Hard Day's Night" (1964)It's been a hard day's night, and I'd been working _____________ For so long. For the man. Like a dog. In the town. "Eleanor Rigby" (1966)Father McKenzie, writing the wordsOf a sermon that _______________ She's going to hate. No one will hear. No one will like. She's bound to hear.