By Devan Coggan
December 27, 2015 at 03:47 PM EST
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Beatles fans got an early Christmas present this year when the Fab Four finally hit streaming services on Christmas Eve. Now, Spotify has shared data about which Beatles songs we’ve all been listening to over the past few days.  

In addition to releasing a top 10 list of the most-streamed Beatles songs both globally and in the U.S., Spotify also revealed that 65 percent of Beatles listeners were under the age of 34. As of Saturday, Beatles songs have been added to more than 673,000 Spotify playlists.

For years, Beatles music could only be purchased digitally on iTunes, but the new streaming agreement means that tracks can now be played on nine different services: Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play, Microsoft Groove, Napster/Rhapsody, Amazon Prime Music, Slacker Radio, Spotify, and Tidal.

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Here are Spotify’s top 10 most-streamed Beatles songs around the world:

1. “Come Together”

2. “Let It Be”

3. “Hey Jude”

4. “Love Me Do”

5. “Yesterday”

6. “Here Comes The Sun”

7. “Help!”

8. “All You Need Is Love”

9. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”

10. “Twist and Shout”

And these are the most-streamed Beatles tracks in the U.S.:

1. “Come Together”

2. “Hey Jude”

3. “Here Comes The Sun”

4. “Let It Be”

5. “Twist and Shout”

6. “Blackbird”

7. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”

8. “In My Life”

9. “She Loves You”

10. “Help!”