I've Just Seen A Face Uke tab by The Beatles

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[GG] I've xxxx xxxx x xxxx x xxxxx xxxxxx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx xxxxx xx xxxx [EmEm] met
She's xxxx xxx xxxx xxx xx xxx x xxxx xxx xxx xxxxx xx xxx xxxxx [CC] met
Na xx [DD] na xx xx [GG] na

[GG] Had xx xxxx xxxxxxx xxx x xxxxx xxxx xxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxx xxx
[EmEm] I'd xxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxxx xxx xx xx xx xxxx xxxxx xx xxx xx [CC] night
Da xx [DD] da xx xx [GG] da

CHORUS
[DD] Falling xxx x xx [CC] falling xxx xxx xxxxx [GG] calling [CC] me xxxx [GG] again

[GG] I xxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxx xxxxx xx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxx
and I have
[EmEm] Missed xxxxxx xxx xxxx xxx xx xxxxx xxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxx [CC] this
Da xx [DD] da xx xx [GG] da

CHORUS
[DD] Falling xxx x xx [CC] falling xxx xxx xxxxx [GG] calling [CC] me xxxx [GG] again

(GG) (EmEm) (CC) (DD) (GG) x2

CHORUS
[DD] Falling xxx x xx [CC] falling xxx xxx xxxxx [GG] calling [CC] me xxxx [GG] again

[GG] I've xxxx xxxx x xxxx x xxxxx xxxxxx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx xxxxx xx xxxx [EmEm] met
She's xxxx xxx xxxx xxx xx xxx x xxxx xxx xxx xxxxx xx xxx xxxxx [CC] met
Na xx [DD] na xx xx [GG] na

CHORUS
[DD] Falling xxx x xx [CC] falling xxx xxx xxxxx [GG] calling [CC] me xxxx [GG] again xx

Da xx [DD] da xx xx [GG] da

 

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Mattydee217 flag for US(ISO2) (Jacksonville)
all the chords seem right. but is it too much to ask to format it like every other chord chart out there?
24 Feb 2010
About this song

"I've Just Seen a Face" is a song by The Beatles. It appears on their 1965 UK album Help!, although in the United States it first appeared on the Capitol version of the Rubber Soul album along with "It's Only Love". "I've Just Seen a Face" was written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) and features McCartney on vocals. Before its release, the song was briefly titled "Aunty Gin's Theme" after his father's youngest sister, because it was one of her favourites. It is one of the very few guitar-based Beatles songs that lacks a bass track.

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