I'll Follow The Sun Uke tab by The Beatles

11 Chords used in the song: C, Dm7, F, G, F7, D7, Em, G7, C7, Dm, Fm

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[Intro]: C C Dm7 Dm7 F F C C

G G F7 F7 C C D7 D7
One day, you'll look, to see I've gone,
C C Em Em D7 D7 G7 G7 C C Dm7 Dm7 F F C C
for tomorrow may rain so, I'll follow the sun
G G F7 F7 C C D7 D7
Some day, you'll know, I was the one.
C C Em Em D7 D7 G7 G7 C C C7 C7
but tomorrow may rain so, i'll follow the sun.

C7 C7 Dm Dm Fm Fm C C C7 C7
And now the time has come, and so my love, i must go
C7 C7 Dm Dm Fm Fm C C Dm7 Dm7
Although i loose a friend, in the end, you will know, oh, oh-oh

G G F7 F7 C C D7 D7
One day, you'll find, that i have gone,
C C Em Em D7 D7 G7 G7 C C Dm7 Dm7 F F C C
but, tomorrow may rain so, I'll follow the sun

[Guitar instrumental] G G F7 F7 C C D7 D7
C C Em Em D7 D7 G7 G7 C C C7 C7
Yeah, tomorrow may rain so, I'll follow the sun.

C7 C7 Dm Dm Fm Fm C C C7 C7
And now the time has come, and so my love, i must go
C7 C7 Dm Dm Fm Fm C C Dm7 Dm7
Although i loose a friend, in the end, you will know, oh, oh-oh

G G F7 F7 C C D7 D7
One day, you'll find, that i have gone,
C C Em Em D7 D7 G7 G7 C C Dm7 Dm7 F F C C
but, tomorrow may rain so, I'll follow the sun

 

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About this song

"I'll Follow the Sun" is a song by The Beatles. It is a melancholy ballad featuring Paul McCartney as the lead vocalist. The song was written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) The song was released on the Beatles for Sale album in 1964, but was written long before that year (a version recorded in 1960 can be found in the bootleg record You Might As Well Call Us The Quarrymen. The song's lyrics centre around a man who feels he is unappreciated by a woman.