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Beatles top best-selling singles chart

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How does it feel to reach an age at which you are expected to have left behind the turbulent emotions of youth, but still be stricken with unrequited lust, wracked by restlessness, wrestling with issues of identity (both personal and national)?

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More music downloads sold than CDs

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