P.s. I Love You Uke tab by The Beatles

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F chordF C chordC
As I write this letter
F chordF C chordC
Send my love to you
F chordF C chordC
Remember that I'll always
G7 chordG7 C chordC
Be in love with you

C chordC Dm chordDm
Treasure these few words
C chordC
till we're together
C chordC Am chordAm
Keep all my love forever

G chordG G# chordG#
PS I love you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you

C chordC Dm chordDm
I'll be coming home
C chordC
again to you love
C chordC
Until the day
Am chordAm
I do love

G chordG G# chordG#
PS I love you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you

F chordF C chordC
As I write this letter
F chordF C chordC
Send my love to you
C chordC Dm chordDm
Remember that I'll always
A chordA D chordD
Be in love with you

C chordC Dm chordDm
Treasure these few words
C chordC
till we're together
C chordC Am chordAm
Keep all my love forever

G chordG G# chordG#
PS I love you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you

F chordF C chordC
As I write this letter
F chordF C chordC
Send my love to you
F chordF C chordC
Remember that I'll always
G7 chordG7 C chordC
Be in love with you

C chordC Dm chordDm
I'll be coming home
C chordC
again to you love
C chordC
Until the day
Am chordAm
I do love

G chordG G# chordG#
PS I love you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you
G# chordG# Bb chordBb C chordC
You you you

P.s.:
I love you

 

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About this song

"P.S. I Love You" is a song composed principally by Paul McCartney, recorded by the The Beatles and released on 5 October 1962 as the B-side of their "Love Me Do" single. It is included on their 1963 album Please Please Me. It was later included on the Beatles compilation Love Songs.The version featured on the single and album was recorded in ten takes on 11 September 1962 at Abbey Road Studios, London. Session drummer Andy White gave the recording a lightweight cha cha treatment Read more on Last.fm.