Every Little Thing Uke tab by The Beatles

5 Chords used in the song: C, F, G, Bb, Dm

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C C                F F        G G
When I'm walking beside her
F F Bb Bb F F
People tell me I'm lucky.
Dm Dm G G C C
Yes, I know I'm a lucky guy.
C C F F G G
I remember the first time
C C Bb Bb F F
I was lonely without her.
Dm Dm G G C C
Can't stop thinking about her now.
C C Bb Bb
Every little thing she does,
Bb Bb Bb Bb-C C Bb Bb-C C
She does for me, yeah.
C C Bb Bb
And you know the things she does,
Bb Bb Bb Bb-C C Bb Bb-C C
She does for me, oooh.

When I'm with her I'm happy
Just to know that she loves me.
Yes, I know that she loves me now.
There is one thing I'm sure of,
I will love her forever.
For I know love will never die.
Every little thing she does,
She does for me, yeah.
And you know the things she does,
She does for me, oooh.
Every little thing she does,
She does for me, yeah.
And you know the things she does,
She does for me, oooh.
C C F F C C
Every little thing.
C C F F C C
Every little thing
C C F F C C.
Every little ...

 

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the_saint avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Rancho Santa Margarita)
sounds good
26 Jul 2011
harrisonuke avatar
Pretty good! A little confusing at times but otherwise, pretty impressive!
27 Feb 2011
About this song

"Every Little Thing" is a song written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) and performed by The Beatles on their 1964 British album Beatles for Sale. In North America, Capitol released it as the last track on Beatles VI. Composition McCartney wrote the song in a music room at the home of Jane Asher where he was living at the time. He had hopes it would be released as a single, but it "didn't have quite what was required", and was released on Beatles for Sale instead.