Act Naturally Uke tab by The Beatles

2 Chords used in the song: D7, G

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Intro
Verso 1
G G They're gonna put me in the C C movies
G G they're gonna make a big star out of D7 D7 me
We'll G G make a film about a man that's sad and C C lonely
and D7 D7 all I gotta do is act natura G G lly
Estribillo
Well, I'll D7 D7 bet you I'm gonna be a G G big star
might D7 D7 win an Oscar you can never G G tell
the D7 D7 movies gonna make me a G G big star
'Cause A7 A7 I can play the part so D7 D7 well
Verso 2
Well I G G hope you come and see me in the C C movies
G G then I know that you will plainly D7 D7 see
The G G biggest fool that ever hit the big C C time
and D7 D7 all I gotta do is act natura G G lly
Solo
D7 D7 G G D7 D7 G G
Verso 3
We'll G G make the scene about a man that's sad and lo C C nely
and G G beggin' down upon his bended D7 D7 knee
I'll G G play the part but I won't need re C C hearsin'
all D7 D7 I gotta do is act natura G G lly
Estribillo
Well, I'll D7 D7 bet you I'm gonna be a G G big star
might D7 D7 win an Oscar you can never G G tell
the D7 D7 movies gonna make me a G G big star
'Cause A7 A7 I can play the part so D7 D7 well
Verso 4
Well I G G hope you come and see me in the C C movies
G G then I know that you will plainly D7 D7 see
The G G biggest fool that ever hit the big C C time
and D7 D7 all I gotta do is act natura G G lly

 

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About this song

"Act Naturally" is a song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison, originally recorded by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, whose version reached number 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963.The song has been covered by many other artists, including Loretta Lynn and The Beatles.The Beatles covered the song in 1965 on their album Help! (in the United Kingdom) and as the B-side of the "Yesterday" single in the U.S.The Beatles' version is sung by Ringo Starr. Read more on Last.fm.