Eight Days A Week Uke tab by The Beatles

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F chordF G7 chordG7
Ooh I need your love babe
Bb chordBb F chordF
Guess you know it's true
F chordF G7 chordG7
Hope you need my love babe
Bb chordBb F chordF
Just like I need you

Dm chordDm Bb chordBb Dm chordDm G7 chordG7
Hold me love me hold me love me
F chordF G7 chordG7
I ain't got nothin' but love babe
Bb chordBb F chordF
Eight days a week

F chordF G7 chordG7
Love you ev'ry day girl
Bb chordBb F chordF
Always on my mind
F chordF G7 chordG7
One thing I can say girl
Bb chordBb F chordF
Love you all the time

Dm chordDm Bb chordBb Dm chordDm Bb chordBb
Hold me love me hold me love me
F chordF G7 chordG7
I ain't got nothin' but love girl
Bb chordBb F chordF
Eight days a week

 

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About this song

"Eight Days a Week" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, which was recorded by The Beatles and released on their December 1964 album Beatles for Sale. "Eight Days a Week" is the first song which the Beatles took into the studio unfinished to work on arrangement during the session, which would later become common. The song was mainly recorded in two recording sessions on 6 October devoted exclusively to this song, which lasted nearly seven hours with a fifteen-minute break in between.

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