Nowhere Man Uke tab by The Beatles

8 Chords used in the song: Em, Gm, D, A, G, F#m, Em7, A7

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# No chords fro opening 2 lines but opening 3 word pitched 
# on chord of D D


He's a real nowhere man
Sitting in his nowhere land

Em Em Gm Gm D D
Making all his nowhere plans for nobody
D D A A
Doesn't have a point of view
G G D D
Knows not where he's going to
Em Em Gm Gm D D
Isn't he a bit like you and me

F#m F#m G G
Nowhere man please listen
F#m F#m G G
You don't know what you're missing
F#m F#m Em7 Em7 A7 A7
Nowhere man the world is at your command


Solo: over D D / A A / G G / D D / Em Em / Gm Gm / D D

D D A A
He's as blind as he can be
G G D D
Just sees what he wants to see
Em Em Gm Gm D D
Nowhere man can you see me at all

F#m F#m G G
Nowhere man don't worry
F#m F#m G G
Take your time don't hurry
F#m F#m Em7 Em7 A7 A7
Leave it all till somebody else lends you a hand

D D A A
He's a real nowhere man
G G D D
Sitting in his nowhere land
Em Em Gm Gm D D
Making all his nowhere plans for nobody
Em Em Gm Gm D D
Making all his nowhere plans for nobody
Em Em Gm Gm D D
Making all his nowhere plans for nobody

 

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thebrakester avatar
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Thank you for the kind comments :-)
27 May 2016
tommee avatar
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This song is fantastic, and it is awesome to have a nice ukulele version to play :D
13 Feb 2016
miskaros avatar
I ACCIDENTALLY PRESSED 3 BUT IT DESERVES A 10!!!!!!
to whoever made this, you did a fabulous job, i'm so sorry. and idk how to change my rate.
19 Jan 2012
About this song

"Nowhere Man" is a song by The Beatles, from their hit album Rubber Soul (the UK version - in the U.S. it was moved to the Yesterday... and Today album). It was recorded on October 21 and 22, 1965. It was released as a single (although not in the UK) on February 15 1966 and reached #1 in Canada and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Also featured on the Yellow Submarine Songtrack album.