Oh! Darling Uke tab by The Beatles

11 Chords used in the song: E+, A, E, F#m, D, Bm7, E7, A7, F7, B7, Bb7

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Verse:
E+ E+ A A E E
Oh___ darling please believe me
F#m F#m D D
I'll never do you no harm
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7
Be-lieve me when I tell you
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7 A A
I'll never do you no harm

Interlude:

A A-D D-A A-E E

E E A A E E
Oh___ darling if you leave me
F#m F#m D D
I'll never make it alone
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7
Believe me when I beg you
Bm7 Bm7 A A
Don't ever leave me alone

Interlude:

A A-D D-A A-A7 A7

Chorus:
A7 A7 D D F7 F7
When you told me you didn't need me anymore
A A
Well you know I nearly broke down and cried
B7 B7
When you told me you didn't need me anymore
E7 E7 F7 F7(5) E7 E7 E+ E+
Well you know I nearly fell down and died___

E+ E+ A A E E
Oh darling if you leave me
F#m F#m D D
I'll never make it alone
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7
Believe me when I tell you
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7 A A
I'll never do you no harm

Interlude:

A A-D D-A A-A7 A7
(Spoken) Belive me, darling

(repeat chorus)

E+ E+ A A E E
Oh darling please believe me
F#m F#m D D
I'll never let you down

(spoken) oh believe me darling
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7
Believe me when I tell you
Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7 A A
I'll never do you no harm

End:

A-D-A-Bb7-A7

 

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elctronicuke avatar
flag for CA(ISO2) (Newmarket, ON)
What are the chords at the end of the chorus?
29 Sep 2011
About this song

"Oh! Darling" is a song of The Beatles composed by Paul McCartney[1] (credited to Lennon/McCartney) and appearing as the fourth song on the Abbey Road album in 1969. Its working title was "Oh! Darling (I'll Never Do You No Harm)" McCartney later said of recording the track, "When we were recording 'Oh! Darling' I came into the studios early every day for a week to sing it by myself because at first my voice was too clear. I wanted it to sound as though I'd been performing it on stage all week." He would only try the song once each day, if it was not right he would wait until the next day.