And the least-popular Beatles tracks on Spotify are ...

Enjoy The Beatles on Streaming Services Christmas Eve

Sure, anyone can give you a list of the most-streamed Beatles songs, but wouldn't you rather listen to something different? Like, say, the least-streamed Beatles songs? As part of our efforts to bring you every Beatles playlist you could ever possibly need, we checked Spotify's public streaming counts to produce this list of the ten least-popular Beatles songs on the streaming service. The rankings are as of December 29; the very existence of this post may change things going forward. (Spotify would neither confirm nor deny that our calculations were correct.) Unsurprisingly, the least-streamed Beatles songs are mostly B-sides from the first half of the band's career, but there's something very fitting about the song that ended up lowest on the list. Check it out:

10. "Honey Don't"
9. "Thank You Girl"
8. "I'll Get You"
7. "Long Tall Sally"
6. "I Call Your Name"
5. "The Inner Light"
4. "Slow Down"
3. "Bad Boy"
2. "Matchbox"
1. "Her Majesty"

Yes, that's right: With fewer than 5,000 streams by Tuesday night, "Her Majesty" — the last song on the last album the Beatles ever made — was the least-streamed Beatles track during the Fab Four's first week on the service. People really do wish Abbey Road ended with "The End," don't they?

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And the least-popular Beatles tracks on Spotify are ...
The Beatles perform in Liverpool's Cavern Club, with Pete Best on drums, 1962. Best was fired from the group that same year, and replaced with Ringo Starr. (Photo by Mark and Colleen Hayward/Getty Images)
1963: Rock and roll band 'The Beatles' pose for a portrait in 1963. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 7: The Beatles arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport, February 7, 1964. At top is Ringo Starr, middle row is John Lennon and Paul McCartney, lower level is George Harrison and unidentified flight attendant. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 9: The Beatles prepare for their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York, February 9, 1964. From left to right, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr (in background, on drums), George Harrison, John Lennon. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - AUGUST 16: The Beatles at Shea Stadium. Our Mets have displayed their antic behavior before some good crowds at Shea Stadium but last night's turnaway mob of shrieking teeners tested the solidity of the ballpark as they flocked to see Britain's moptop quartet in concert. Scores were injured in the crush or overcome by the humid heat but luckily no one required hospitalization. (Photo by Dan Farrell/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 12: PLYMOUTH HOE Photo of MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR and BEATLES, L-R: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr - posed, group shot - during Magical Mystery Tour. (Photo by David Redfern/Redferns)
24th June 1967: British pop group The Beatles holding banners proclaiming 'All You Need Is Love' in four languages, in preparation for a global television performance of their song of the same name. (Photo by Doug McKenzie/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 01: Paul MAC CARTNEY, George HARRISON, Ringo STARR and in front John LENNON interpreting the song I'M THE WALRUS disguised as animals, in a scene from the film MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
British musican and artist John Lennon (1940 - 1980) holds Japanese-born artist and musician Yoko Ono in his arms, December 1968. (Photo by Susan Wood/Getty Images)
The four members of the British group the BEATLES posing together on August 2, 1967. At that time they stopped their concerts, wore the moustache and announced their separation despite their last album to come, ABBEY ROAD in 1970. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
Photo of BEATLES; George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John lennon & Paul McCartney with actress Jane Asher, Maureen Starkey and Pattie Boyd at a party to celebrate the musician's 25th birthday at Rishikesh, India, 25th February 1968. (Photo by Cummings Archives/Redferns)
Staff Photo by Jill Brady, Wednesday, August 9, 2006: Beatles Abbey Road record album. (Photo by Jill Brady/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)

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