Money might not be able to buy you love, but soon it may be able to buy you some Beatles music on iTunes. Finally!
While it's still a rumor at this point and the final news is expected to be announced Tuesday morning, it's a done deal according to The New York Times.
Details are still sparse, but HOPEFULLY it will mean you can buy the Fab Four's albums as well as individual tracks with just a few clicks and a little cash.
Steve Jobs and his clever crew at Apple have done a good job of feeding the rumors and teasing the announcement ... or least making people speculate that "Help!" for Beatles lovers is on the way.
MacRumors.com pointed to wording on Apple's website that read "Tomorrow is just another day." "Another Day" just so happens to be the name of a Paul McCartney song.
Also the site speculated that a picture of four clocks on Apple's site counting down to the announcement closely mimics the cover of the Beatles' Help! album.
Sounds like it just may really happen after almost a decade of negotiations, and no one is likely happier than Jobs himself.
“It is very symbolic because Steve Jobs is a huge fan of the Beatles,” Tim Bajarin, an analyst with Creative Strategies, told The New York Times.
In anticipation of the long-awaited event, here's a predicted list of the top 10 Beatles tunes that will soar to the top of the iTunes Charts:
1. "Hey Jude"
2. "Let It Be"
3. "Here Comes the Sun"
4. "I Am the Walrus"
5. "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
6. "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds"
7. "Penny Lane"
8. "Strawberry Fields Forever"
10. "With a Little Help From My Friends"
Next conquest for Jobs: AC/DC, please.
Which Beatles songs will you download first on iTunes?
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