I Want You (she's So Heavy) Uke tab by The Beatles

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Not sure if its 1 correct but it sounds alright to me I just did this for fun If anyone needs it here it is

The is just to separate the notes that are together

A |5\0\5\8\5\0-0\5\0\12\5\0-2\5\8\5\2\0

E |------------1-----------------------------------|

C |-----------------------------------------------|

G |------------------------1-----------------------|



Anything you want to fix The notes are grouped into three because the song is in 1 / and /

DAD xxx xxx [AA] DA [G#G#BD] FDB [AA] HEAAAVVYYYYY

The notes indicate an octave higher hence why you have to hit the 1 on the A chordA string

Its most likely not completely accurate but its easy for me to play and I'm sure you guys can mess around with it and make it work
Enjoy!

 

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"I Want You (She's So Heavy)" is a song by The Beatles, from their album Abbey Road. It was written by John Lennon (with some creative input from Yoko Ono), although it is credited as a Lennon/McCartney collaboration. The song is an unusual Beatles composition for a variety of reasons, namely its length (nearly eight minutes), its disproportionately small number of lyrics (only fourteen different words are sung)...

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