• The guy with the best voice, Paul McCartney.
  • I don't know officially, but I get the feeling that I hear Paul the most in the songs I've listened to. Definitely not Ringo, and John died too soon. I've a 50/50 shot at this one.
  • I think Paul McCartney sang the most, but I am not 100% sure. It might have been John Lennon. I know the two of them sang more than George Harrison and Ringo Starr and that Ringo sang the least.
  • Usually a combination of Lennon and McCartney I would imagine being the major workaholic Paul sang the most with John a very close second. when they did solo pieces Not factual maybe the other way around I cannot find the write ups
  • John was lead singer,with 104 songs, then Paul was a close second, with 84 songs shared as lead they had 25 songs, George had 36, and Ringo had only 12, and the rest were shared in various ways.
  • I'd think it was John. Then, it was Paul. They would take turns being the lead and the back-up.
  • I think it was Paul McCartney that sang the most songs but it could have been John Lennon.It couldn't have been Ringo Starr because I only know one song he has sang and that is (Octopus's Garden).I read in a book that I got at the library and it said that George Harrison hated singing and prefuerred playing music
  • I would guess John, but it's pretty close with Paul! However they did it, it worked perfectly!!
  • technically John sung lead the most, but I believe Paul sang lead on most of the hits.
  • 1) John Lennon and Paul McCartney. "The Beatles were also known for their close style of vocal harmonies - it should also be noted that all Beatles members sang both lead and backup vocals at some point, typically with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, or George Harrison singing lead and the remaining members on backup." 2) About songwriting: "The songwriting partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, usually referred to as Lennon/McCartney, is one of the best-known and most successful musical and cultural collaborations of all time. Early in their partnership, the pair agreed to use the shared credit Lennon/McCartney on all songs written alone or in tandem for The Beatles. Their output constitutes the bulk of The Beatles' catalogue." Source and further information: 2) "Lennon, with his cynical edge and knack for introspection, and McCartney, with his storytelling optimism and gift for melody, complemented each other. Lennon and McCartney formed a critically acclaimed and commercially successful partnership writing songs for The Beatles and other artists. Although Lennon and McCartney were the indisputable dominant songwriters in the band it should be noted that lead guitarist George Harrison and drummer Ringo Starr are credited for numerous compositions." Source and further information: Further information:

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