If I Fell Uke tab by The Beatles

13 Chords used in the song: Em, Eb, Bm, Bbm, A, D, Gbm, Fm, D7, G, Gm, A7, C

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INTRO:
Em Em
If I fell in love with you
Eb Eb
Would you promise to be true
Bm Bm Bbm Bbm
And help me understand
Em Em
'Cause I've been in love before
Eb Eb
And found that love is more
Em Em A A
Than just holding hands


D D Em Em Gbm Gbm Fm Fm Em Em
If I give my heart to you
A A D D Em Em Gbm Gbm
I must be sure from the very start
Fm Fm Em Em A A D D Em Em A A
That you would love me more than her


D D Em Em Gbm Gbm
If I trust in you
Fm Fm Em Em A A
Oh please, don't run and hide
D D Em Em Gbm Gbm
If I love you too
Fm Fm Em Em A A D7 D7
Oh please, don't hurt my pride like her
G G
Cause I couldn't stand the pain
Gm Gm D D A7 A7
And I would be sad if our new love was in vain


D D Em Em Gbm Gbm
So I hope you'll see
Fm Fm Em Em A A
That I would love to love you
D D Em Em Gbm Gbm Em Em
And that she will cry
A A D7 D7
When she learns we are two
G G
Cause I couldn't stand the pain
Gm Gm D D A7 A7
And I would be sad if our new love was in vain


D D Em Em Gbm Gbm
So I hope you'll see
Fm Fm Em Em A A
That I would love to love you
D D Em Em Gbm Gbm Em Em
And that she will cry
A A D D
When she learns we are two

CODA:
Gm Gm C C D D Gm Gm D D
If I fell in love with you

 

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About this song

If I Fell first appeared on the 1964 UK album A Hard Day's Night and the US compilation album Something New. It was written primarily by John Lennon, with help from Paul McCartney.StructureThe song is notable for its unusual structure, which includes an unrepeated introductory section (introduced as an afterthought as of take 11) followed by sequential verse sections, each having a slightly expanded form, but with no obvious chorus or bridge section. Read more on Last.fm.