Eight Days A Week Uke tab by The Beatles

6 Chords used in the song: D, E7, G, Bm, E, A

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Intro: D D  E7 E7  G G  D D

D D E7 E7
Ooh I need your love babe
G G D D
Guess you know it's true
E7 E7
Hope you need my love babe
G G D D
Just like I need you


Bm Bm G G
Hold me, love me
Bm Bm E E
Hold me, love me


D D E7 E7
Ain't got nothin' but love babe
G G D D
Eight days a week


D D E7 E7
Love you every day girl
G G D D
Always on my mind
E7 E7
One thing I can say girl
G G D D
Love you all the time


Bm Bm G G
Hold me, love me
Bm Bm E E
Hold me, love me


D D E7 E7
Ain't got nothin' but love babe
G G D D
Eight days a week


A A
Eight days a week
Bm Bm
I love you
E E
Eight days a week
G G A A
Is not enough to show I care


D D E7 E7
Ooh I need your love babe
G G D D
Guess you know it's true


E7 E7
Hope you need my love babe
G G D D
Just like I need you


Bm Bm G G
Hold me, love me
Bm Bm E E
Hold me, love me


D D E7 E7
Ain't got nothin' but love babe
G G D D
Eight days a week


A A
Eight days a week
Bm Bm
I love you
E7 E7
Eight days a week
G G A A
Is not enough to show I care


D D E7 E7
Love you every day girl
G G D D
Always on my mind
E7 E7
One thing I can say girl
G G D D
Love you all the time


Bm Bm G G
Hold me, love me
Bm Bm E E
Hold me, love me


D D E7 E7
Ain't got nothin' but love babe
G G D D
Eight days a week
G G D D
Eight days a week
G G D D
Eight days a week

Outro: D D E7 E7 G G D D

 

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GrandEclectus avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Pottstown)
Simple, easy interp.

Only caveat...Is this the same as the Yellow Book version?
19 Nov 2015
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.