Come Together Uke tab by The Beatles

5 Chords used in the song: Cm, G7, Gb7, F7, Am

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Riff:
|3-----------6-------------------|3-----------6---------------|
|3-------6/8-6-----------8-------|3-------6/8-6-----------8---|
|3-------5/7-7-----------7-------|3-------5/7-7-----------7---|
|0-------------------------------|0---------------------------|
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| Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - |
Here come old flattop he come grooving up slowly
He got joo joo eyeball he one holy roller

| G7 G7 - - - | G7 G7 - - Gb7 Gb7 | F7 F7 - - - | - - - - |
He got hair down to his knee
Got to be a joker he just do what he please

| Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - |
He wear no shoe shine he got toe jam football
He got monkey finger he shoot Coca-Cola

| G7 G7 - - - | G7 G7 - - Gb7 Gb7 | F7 F7 - - - | - - - - |
He say,"I know you and you know me"
One thing I can tell you is you got to be free

| Am Am - - G7 G7 | F7 F7 - G7 G7 - |
Come together right now over me



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| Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - | Cm Cm - - - |
He bag production he got walrus gumboot
He got Ono sideboard he one spinal cracker

| G7 G7 - - - | G7 G7 - - Gb7 Gb7 | F7 F7 - - - | - - - - |
He got feet down below his knee
Hold you in his armchair you can feel his disease

| Am Am - - G7 G7 | F7 F7 - G7 G7 - |
Come together right now over me


Repeat Riff

 

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kavorka avatar
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This song is in d minor
11 Mar 2013
About this song

"Come Together" is a song by The Beatles written primarily by John Lennon and credited to Lennon/McCartney. The song is the lead-off track on The Beatles' September 1969 album Abbey Road. One month later it also appeared as one of the sides of the group's twenty-first single (it was a double A-side, the other side being George Harrison's "Something ") in the United Kingdom, their twenty-sixth in the United States.