Blackbird Uke tab by The Beatles

9 Chords used in the song :

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D Ukulele chord G Ukulele chord E7 Ukulele chord Em Ukulele chord Bm Ukulele chord Gm Ukulele chord A7 Ukulele chord C Ukulele chord F Ukulele chord

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D chordD G chordG D chordD
Blackbird xxxxxxx xx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx, x
E7 chordE7 Em chordEm Bm chordBm-Gm chordGm D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG-Gm chordGm
xxxx xxxxx broken xxxxx xxx learn xx fly, xxx xxxx xxxx,
D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG A7 chordA7 D chordD
you xxxx xxxx waiting xxx xxxx moment xx arise

D chordD G chordG D chordD
Blackbird xxxxxxx xx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx,
E7 chordE7 Em chordEm Bm chordBm - Gm chordGm D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG-Gm chordGm
xxxx xxxxx sunken xxxx xxx learn xx see, xxx xxxx xxxx,
D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG A7 chordA7 D chordD
you xxxx xxxx waiting xxx xxxx moment xx xx xxxx

C chordC F chordF-G chordG C chordC F chordF E7 chordE7 A7 chordA7 D chordD
Blackbird xxxx blackbird xxxx into xxx light xx xxx xxxx xxxxx
Night...
C chordC F chordF-G chordG C chordC F chordF E7 chordE7 A7 chordA7 D chordD
blackbird xxxx blackbird xxx Into xxx xxxxx xx xxx xxxx xxxxx
Night...

D chordD G chordG D chordD
Blackbird xxxxxxx xx xxx xxxx xx xxxxxx x
E7 chordE7 Em chordEm Bm chordBm-Gm chordGm D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG-Gm chordGm
xxxx xxxxx broken xxxxx xxx learn xx fly, xxx xxxx xxxx,
D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG A7 chordA7 D chordD
you xxxx xxxx waiting xxx xxxx moment xx arise

D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG A7 chordA7 D chordD
You xxxx xxxx waiting xxx xxxx moment xx arise,
D chordD E7 chordE7 G chordG A7 chordA7 D chordD
you xxxx xxxx waiting xxx xxxx moment xx arise


About this song

Blackbird was written by Paul McCartney, but credited as usual to Lennon/McCartney. McCartney was inspired to write this while in Scotland as a reaction to racial tensions escalating in America in the spring of 1968, and (according to Sony/ATV Songs LLC 1968) McCartney stated that he had a black woman in mind when he wrote the song ('bird' being British slang for a woman). The first night Linda Eastman, who would later become his wife, slept over, McCartney played it to the fans camped outside his house.

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