I dunno. You’d get the same songs for certain. I don’t think there are any secret Beatles songs anymore. But the mixes might be different. A lot of their early stuff was recorded in monaural. Capitol would remix a mono song to make a fake stereo version. And George Martin would sometimes use different takes for the single version of a song than the album version. Remember, Sgt. Pepper was recorded by ping-ponging on two 4-track recorders. That was the State of the Art then. I think Hey Jude was the first single to be released in stereo.
So I guess it might matter how critical of a listener you are. How likely are you to notice or care that Harrison played some little fill in the 3rd measure of the 2nd verse a little differently in the single version than he did on the album version?
In my younger days, I put in some time in the booth in a local recording studio. We could mix it to sound great on the JBL 4310 studio monitors or great on the 6 inch speakers you’d be likely to find in a car stereo system of the time. We’d let the band decide before we sent the master out to be pressed.