Don't Bother Me Uke tab by The Beatles

7 Chords used in the song: Bm, Am, G, Em, A, D, C

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Bm Bm                     Am Am             G G         Em Em
Since she's been gone I want no-one to talk to me
Bm Bm Am Am G G
It's not the same but I am to blame, it's plain to see
Em Em A A Em Em
So go away, leave me alone, don't bother me

Bm Bm Am Am G G Em Em
I can't believe that she would leave me on my own
Bm Bm Am Am G G
It's just not right when every night I'm all alone
Em Em A A Em Em
I've got no time for you right now, don't bother me

D D Em Em
I know I'll never be the same
D D Em Em
If I don't get her back again
Bm Bm Am Am
Because I know she'll always be
C C Em Em
The only one for me

Bm Bm Am Am G G Em Em
But 'til she's here please don't come near just stay away
Bm Bm Am Am G G
I'll let you know when she's come home until that day
Em Em A A Em Em
Don't come around, leave me alone, don't bother me

Bm Bm Am Am G G Em Em Bm Bm Am Am G G
(guitar solo)

Em Em A A Em Em
I've got no time for you right now, don't bother me

D D Em Em
I know I'll never be the same
D D Em Em
If I don't get her back again
Bm Bm Am Am
Because I know she'll always be
C C Em Em
The only one for me

Bm Bm Am Am G G Em Em
But 'til she's here please don't come near just stay away
Bm Bm Am Am G G
I'll let you know when she's come home until that day
Em Em A A Em Em
Don't come around, leave me alone, don't bother me

A A Em Em
Don't bother me (rpt til fade)

 

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About this song

"Don't Bother Me" is the first song written by George Harrison to appear on an album by The Beatles. It originally appeared on the group's With The Beatles album in the UK, released in 1963, and on their Meet The Beatles! album in the U.S., released in 1964. Harrison wrote the song while sick in bed at a hotel room in Bournemouth, England where the Beatles were playing some shows during the summer of 1963.