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

4 Chords used in the song: A, F#m, D, E

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[Intro]

A A F#m F#m
I've just seen a face I can't forget the time or place Where we just met
D D
She's just the girl for me And want all the world to see We've met
E E A A
mmm-mmm-mmm-m'mmm-mmm

A A F#m F#m
Had it been another day I might have looked the other way
D D
And I'd have never been aware But as it is I'll dream of her Tonight,
E E A A
di-di-di-di'n'di

E E D D A A D D A A
Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again

A A F#m F#m
I have never known The like of this, I've been alone And I have missed things
D D
And kept out of sight But other girls were never quite Like this,
E E A A
da-da-n'da-da'n'da

E E D D A A D D A A
Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again

[Musical Bridge]

E E D D A A D D A A
Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again

A A F#m F#m
I've just seen a face I can't forget the time or place Where we just met
D D
She's just the girl for me And want all the world to see We've met
E E A A
mmm-mmm-mmm da-da-di

E E D D A A D D A A
Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again
E E D D A A D D A A
Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again
E E D D A A D D A A
Oh Falling, yes I am falling And she keeps calling Me back again

 

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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.