Here Comes The Sun Uke tab by The Beatles

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Original tuning : +3.5 step(s) [ ? ]

D chordD//D//G//A7 X2

D chordD DSUS2 D chordD
Here comeS the sun
G chordG E7 chordE7
Here comes the sun
D chordD DSUS2 D chordD
And I say it's all right

/Bmadd11 Asus4/ G6 Asus4 A7//

D chordD DSUS2 D chordD G chordG A7 chordA7 A7sus4 chordA7sus4
Little dar - ling it's been a long cold lonley winter
D chordD DSUS2 D chordD G chordG A7 chordA7 A7sus4 chordA7sus4
little dar - ling it feels like years since it's been here


/F /C /G/B /G /D /A7 /
(//F /C /G/B /G /D /A7 //)-5 times
sun sun sun here it comes

chorus x2

/ Bmadd11 Asus / G Asus A7
/F C chordC / G/B chordG/B G chordG / D/A chordD/A //


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About this song

"Here Comes the Sun" is a song by George Harrison from The Beatles' 1969 album Abbey Road. The song, one of Harrison's best-known Beatles contributions alongside "Something", originated from a songwriting collaboration between Harrison and close friend Eric Clapton called "Badge," recorded by Clapton's group Cream, and featuring an arpeggiated guitar riff that is similar to the one that forms the bridge of "Here Comes the Sun". 1969 was a difficult year for Harrison: he was arrested for marijuana possession, he had his tonsils removed, and he had temporarily quit the band.