Setlist if there WAS a keyboard peripheral?

MostSpartan14MostSpartan14 Road Warrior
edited June 2010 in The Beatles: Rock Band
Let's pretend a keyboard peripheral did exist when TB:RB was released on 9/9/09. I think we can all agree that the setlist would have been different. So how do you think the setlist would have looked if we did have the keyboard last year. Here's what I think:

Cavern Club:
I Saw Her Standing There
Boys
Do You Want to Know a Secret
Twist and Shout

Ed Sullivan Theater:
A Hard Day's Night
Can't Buy Me Love
I Wanna Be Your Man
Money (That's What I Want)

Shea Stadium:
I'm Down
You Like Me Too Much
No Reply
I Feel Fine
Ticket to Ride

Budokan:
Drive My Car
We Can Work it Out
Taxman
I Want to Tell You
And You Bird Can Sing

Abbey Road '65-'67
Yellow Submarine
In My Life
Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows
Sgt. Pepper's/With a Little Help From My Friends
A Day in the Life
Lovely Rita

Abbey Road '67-'68
Lady Madonna
Hey Bulldog
Strawberry Fields Forever
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Back in the USSR
Helter Skelter
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Revolution

Abbey Road '68-'69:
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Something
Here Comes the Sun
Octopus's Garden
The Long and Winding Road
Let it Be
Come Together

Rooftop Concert:
Old Brown Shoe
Get Back
Don't Let Me Down
One After 909
Dig a Pony

Encore:
Hey Jude

The two I wasn't sure about removing were Paperback Writer (because of the harmonies) and I Want to Hold Your Hand (but I needed an earlier piano song).

I tried to keep the amount of songs for each Beatle as balanced as it was in the real game and I made sure to keep all of George and Ringo's biggest songs. The beginning doesn't have very much piano but this sort of balances out because of piano heavy later songs like Let it Be, The Long and Winding Road, and A Day in the Life (which, if charted correctly wouldn't have any guitar through the whole middle section).

I'm sure I probably skipped over some obvious piano songs but what you think? And make your own too if you have some good ideas.

Also, it worth mentioning that if there was a keyboard peripheral, Billy Preston would have had to be shown on at the Rooftop Concert.

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