The Beatles Got On The Rooftop For Their LAST Performance. But When They Start Playing? WOW!

During 1960s to 1970s, The Beatles were quite popular all over the world. They are the legendary band who left the world enthralled during their dazzling career and even now people are still infatuated with their works. Even though they had a very successful career and had a great friendship between the team members, the band separated in 1970.

But before their break-up, the band gave their last performance in a rooftop concert. This video below features The Beatles singing “Don’t Let Me Down” in one of their last concerts. This song was written by John Lennon expressing his love for Yoko Ono. They performed this song right after doing two versions of “Get Back” and “I’ve Got A Feeling”.

Check out this video below. Do you remember this song? Let us know via comments!

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