Please Please Me Uke tab by The Beatles

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Intro:
E chordE


Verse 1:
E chordE A chordA E chordE G chordG A chordA B chordB
Last night I said these words to my girl
E chordE A chordA E chordE
I know you never even try girl


Chorus:
A chordA F#m chordF#m
Come on come on come on come on
C#m chordC#m A chordA
Come on come on come on
E chordE A chordA
Please please me whoa yeah
B chordB E chordE
Like I please you


Verse 2:
E chordE A chordA E chordE G chordG A chordA B chordB
You don't need me to show the way girl
E chordE A chordA E chordE
Why do I always have to say girl


Chorus:
A chordA F#m chordF#m
Come on come on come on come on
C#m chordC#m A chordA
Come on come on come on
E chordE A chordA
Please please me whoa yeah
B chordB E chordE
Like I please you


Bridge:
A chordA
I don't want to sound complaining
B chordB E chordE
But you know there's always rain in my heart in my heart
A chordA
I do all the pleasing with you
B chordB E chordE
It's so hard to reason with you
A chordA B chordB E chordE
Oh yeah why do you make me blue


Verse 3:
E chordE A chordA E chordE G chordG A chordA B chordB
Last night I said these words to my girl
E chordE A chordA E chordE
I know you never even try girl


Chorus:
A chordA F#m chordF#m
Come on come on come on come on
C#m chordC#m A chordA
Come on come on come on
E chordE A chordA
Please please me whoa yeah
B chordB
Like I please you
E chordE A chordA
Please please me whoa yeah
B chordB
Like I please you
E chordE A chordA
Please please me whoa yeah
B chordB E chordE G chordG C chordC B chordB E chordE
Like I please you

 

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About this song

According to the Please Please Me Songfacts, the first time the Beatles played this to their producer George Martin, he wasn't very impressed. He recalled to Music Week: "I listened to it and I said: 'Do you know that's too bloody boring for words? It's a dirge. At twice the speed it might sound reasonable.' They took me at my word. I was joking and they came back and played it to me sped up and put a harmonica on it, and it became their first big hit."

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