Michelle Uke tab by The Beatles

15 Chords used in the song: Dm, Db+, Dm7, Dm6, Gm6, A, D, Gm, Bb, C, Cb, Cm, F7, Bb6, C7

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Intro: Dm Dm   Db+ Db+  Dm7 Dm7  Dm6 Dm6  Gm6 Gm6   A A

Chorus:
D D Gm Gm Bb Bb C C Cb Cb Bb Bb A A Bb Bb A A
Michelle, ma belle, these are words that go together well, my Michelle
D D Gm Gm Bb Bb C C Cb Cb Bb Bb A A Bb Bb A A
Michelle, ma belle, sontles mots qui vont tres bien ensemble, tres bien


Dm Dm Cm Cm F7 F7 Bb Bb
I love you, I love you, I love you, that's all I want to say
A A Dm Dm Gm Gm
until I find a way
Dm Dm Db+ Db+ Dm7 Dm7 Dm6 Dm6 Gm6 Gm6 A A
I will say the only words I know that you'll understand.

Chorus

I need you, I need you, I need you, I need to make you see
oh what you mean to me
until I do I'm hoping you will know what I mean

Chorus

I want you, I want you, I want you, I think you know by now
I'll get to you somehow
until I do I'm telling you so you'll understand

D D Gm Gm Bb Bb C C Cb Cb Bb Bb A A Bb Bb A A
Michelle, ma belle, sontles mots qui vont tres bien ensemble, tres bien
Bb Bb Dm Dm Gm GmA A D D
I will say the only words I know that you'll understand, my Michelle

Bb6 Bb6 C7 C7 Bb Bb A A

 

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About this song

"Michelle" is a Grammy Award winning love ballad by the Beatles, mainly written by Paul McCartney, which is featured on their Rubber Soul album. The song departs from most of the Beatles' other recordings in that some of the lyrics are in French. Although the song is a famous McCartney composition, individuals contributed to the song. Beatles producer George Martin said he wrote the lead guitar melody, which is played twice