Long, Long, Long Uke tab by The Beatles

7 Chords used in the song: G, F#m, Em, D, A, A7, Bb

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Original tuning : -1.5 step(s) [ ? ]
G G      F#m F#m  Em Em     D D
It's been a long long long time

A A Em Em D D A A
How could I ever have lost you

Em Em D D A A A7 A7
When I loved you

2nd Verse

It took a long long long time

Now I'm so happy I found you

How I love you

G G D D A A Em Em
So many tears I was searching

G G D D A A Em Em G G A A A A
So many tears I was wasting oh oh

3rd verse
Now I can see you be you

how can I ever misplace you

how I want you

Em Em D D A A
oh I love you

Em Em D D Bb Bb
you know that I need you

Em Em D D A A A A
Ooh I love you


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About this song

"Long, Long, Long" is a song written by George Harrison, and first released by The Beatles on their 1968 album, The Beatles (also known as The White Album). Music analyst Alan Pollack said the song has "an off-beat mixture of styles typical of the times: a three-way cross between jazz waltz, folk song, and late sixties psychedelia."[1] Critic Richie Unterberger wrote that "Long, Long, Long" is one of the most underrated songs in the Beatles' large discography.[2] Ian MacDonald also argues that the song is Harrison's "finest moment" on The Beatles.