For You Blue Uke tab by The Beatles

4 Chords used in the song: D7, G7, E7, A7

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Intro:
D7 D7 G7 G7 E7 E7 A7 A7 A7 A7

Verse 1:
D7 D7 G7 G7
Because you're sweet and lovely,
D7 D7
Girl, I love you.
G7 G7 D7 D7
Because you're sweet and lovely girl, it's true
A7 A7 G7 G7 D7 D7 A7 A7
I love you more than ever girl, I do


Verse 2:
D7 D7 G7 G7
I want you in the morning,
D7 D7
Girl, I love you.
G7 G7 D7 D7
I want you at the moment I feel blue,
A7 A7 G7 G7 D7 D7 A7 A7
I'm living every moment girl for you.


Solo-break:
D7 D7 G7 G7 D7 D7 D7 D7 G7 G7 G7 G7
(Bop) (Bop-cat Bop)
D7 D7 D7 D7 A7 A7 G7 G7 D7A7 A7
(Go Johnny go) (Same ol' 12-bar blues)
D7 D7 G7 G7 D7 D7 D7 D7

G7 G7 G7 G7 D7 D7 D7 D7
(Elmore James got nothin' on this baby)
A7 A7 G7 G7 D7 D7 A7 A7


Verse 3:
D7 D7 G7 G7 D7 D7
I loved you from the moment I saw you,
G7 G7 D7 D7
You looked at me, that's all you had to do.
A7 A7 G7 G7 D7 D7 A7 A7
I feel it now, I hope you feel it too.


Verse 4:
D7 D7 G7 G7
Because you're sweet and lovely,
D7 D7
Girl, I love you.
G7 G7
Because you're sweet and lovely,
D7 D7
Girl, it's true.
A7 A7 G7 G7 D7 D7
I love you more than ever girl, I do.
D7 D7
(I'm livin' the blues.)

 

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About this song

"For You Blue" is a Beatles song written by George Harrison. It was the B-side to "The Long and Winding Road" (in the US) and the eleventh track on The Beatles' final LP release, Let It Be. "For You Blue" was listed with "The Long and Winding Road" as a double-sided hit when the single reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1970.The song features John Lennon playing lap steel guitar.[1] Harrison makes a few spoken comments during the song Read more on Last.fm.