The Beatles have returned to the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, as “Now and Then” debuted at No. 7.
With “Now and Then,” the iconic band have extended their record to 35 top 10s on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is their first top 10 since 1996.
“Now and Then” is billed as the final Beatles song, first recorded as a demo in 1977 by John Lennon and initially intended for the band’s three-edition Anthology series in the mid-’90s before being shelved.
“Now And Then” was written and sung by John Lennon in 1978, developed and worked on by Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and finally finished by Paul and Ringo 45 years later.
“Now and Then” enters the Hot 100 with 11 million streams, 2.1 million in radio reach and 73,000 physical and digital singles sold combined in the United States November 3-9, following its November 2 release, according to Luminate.
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