Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Intro) Uke tab by The Beatles

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# This way of playing it is similar to how it's played on guitar:

A|--------------7-----------7-----------------------7-----------5-4-----|
E|--------5-----------------------5-----------5----------------------5--|
C|--4-----------------7-----------------6-----------------5-------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------------------------|


# This way is simpler and only uses two strings:

A|--------0-----7-----------7-----0-----------0-----7-----------5-4--0--|
E|--0-----------------3-----------------2-----------------1-------------|
C|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------------------------|


# If you have difficulties changing frets this way may be easier for you:

A|--------0-----7-----------7-----0-----------0-----7-----------5-4--0--|
E|--0-------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------6-----------------5-------------|
G|--------------------0-------------------------------------------------|

 

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piffjr avatar
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Checks out. nice riff, but missing some of the flashier eighth-notes
01 Jun 2016
caitbeatles avatar
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This is amazingly well translated on to uke. All the versions sound really good.
14 May 2016
About this song

"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney that was recorded by The Beatles for their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.Many people thought this was about drugs, since the letters "LSD" are prominent in the title, and John Lennon, who wrote it, was known to have taken acid. In 1971 Lennon told Rolling Stone that he swore that he had no idea that the song's initials spelled L.S.D. He added: "I didn't even see it on the label. Read more on Last.fm.