In My Life Uke tab by The Beatles

10 Chords used in the song: A, E7, F#m, A7, D, Dm, G, B7, E, Dm6

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[Intro] A A  E7 E7
[Verse-1]
[A A] [E7 E7] There are [A A]pla-ces I'll re[F#m F#m]member[A7 A7]
All my [D D]li__fe[Dm Dm], though [A A]some have changed.
[A A]Some forever, not for [F#m F#m]Better;[A7 A7]
Some have [D D]go__ne[Dm Dm], and [A A]some re-main.

All these [F#m F#m]plac-es had__their__[D D]moments,
With [G G]lovers and friends _ I [A A]still re-call.
Some are [F#m F#m]dead_and_some_are _[B7 B7]iving,
In [Dm Dm]my__life I've [A A]loved them all.

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[Verse-2]
[A A][E7 E7]But of [A A]all these friends and [F#m F#m]lov-ers[A7 A7],
There is [D D]no__one[Dm Dm] com[A A]pares with you.
[A A]And these mem'-ries lose their [F#m F#m]meaning[A7 A7],
When I [D D]think of__[Dm Dm]love as [A A]some-thing new.

Tho' I [F#m F#m]know__I'll__nev-er lose af-[D D]fection
For [G G]people and things_that [A A]went be-fore,
I [F#m F#m]know I'll of-ten stop and think a-[B7 B7]bout them.
In [Dm Dm]My__Life I [A A]love you more.

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[A A] [E E] [F#m F#m] [A7 A7] [D D] [Dm6 Dm6] [A A] [E E]
[A A] [E E] [F#m F#m] [A7 A7] [D D] [Dm6 Dm6] [A A] [E E] [A A]
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[Coda]
[A A] [E7 E7] In [Dm Dm] My__Life I love you [A A] more
[Intro]

 

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About this song

"In My Life" is a song by The Beatles written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The song originated with Lennon, and while McCartney contributed to the final version, the extent of his contribution is in dispute. Released on the 1965 album Rubber Soul, it is ranked 23rd on the Rolling Stone article "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time", and placed second on CBC's 50 Tracks. Mojo magazine named it the best song of all time in 2000.