Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (A Little Kiss,Hour 1)
With a Little Help from My Friends (A Little Kiss, Hour 2)
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (Far Away Places)*
Getting Better (Mystery Date)
Fixing a Hole (Signal 30)
She’s Leaving Home (Tea Leaves)*
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (At the Codfish Ball)
Within You Without You (Lady Lazarus)
When I’m Sixty-Four (Dark Shadows)
Lovely Rita (Christmas Waltz)
Good Morning, Good Morning (The Other Woman)
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band (Commissions and Fees)
A Day in the Life (The Phantom)
Ok,so expanding a bit (interesting theory!) and Googling since I don't remember all the lyrics in detail:
When I'm Sixty Four: more age-angst?
Lovely Rita: Seems to have special application to Don/Megan on one plane (yuck, as in transcending this obstacle and staying together) and Pete on the another plane (trying to win her).
Good Morning, Good Morning: ugh, really depressing lyrics, IMO. More age angst..nothing to look forward to, life just goes on. I guess this could apply to several characters. Kind of weird that this episode is called "The Other Woman". Doesn't seem to match up to the song as well as some of the others.
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: The title of the song here speaks to me more than the lyrics which rolled right into When I'm Sixty Four.
A Day in the Life: Most intense lyrics on side 2! Lots of things addressed here...suicide ( eek again), more daily life grind, and puzzle pieces.
That's just the top line look at the lyrics. I didn't dig too deep..yet.