Revolution Uke tab by The Beatles

6 Chords used in the song: A, D, E, Bm, G, F#

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A A
You say you want a revolution
D D
Well, you know
A A
We all want to change the world
A A
You tell me that it's evolution
D D
Well, you know
E E
We all want to change the world
Bm Bm E E
But when you talk about destruction
Bm Bm A A G G F# F#
Don't you know that you can count me out

[CHORUS]
E E A A D D
Don't you know it's gonna be all right
A A D D A A D D E E
all right all right

A A
You say you got a real solution
D D
Well, you know
A A
We'd all love to see the plan
A A
You ask me for a contribution
D D
Well, you know
E E
We're all doing what we can
Bm Bm
But when you want money
E E
for people with minds that hate
Bm Bm A A G G F# F#
All I can tell is brother you have to wait

[CHORUS]

E E A A D D
Don't you know it's gonna be all right
A A D D A A D D E E
all right all right


A A
You say you'll change the constitution
D D
Well, you know
A A
We all want to change your head
A A
You tell me it's the institution
D D
Well, you know
E E
You better free you mind instead
Bm Bm E E
But if you go carrying pictures of chairman Mao
Bm Bm A A G G F# F#
You ain't going to make it with anyone an-y-how

[CHORUS]

E E A A D D
Don't you know it's gonna be all right
A A D D A A D D A A D D A A D D
all right all right all right all right

 

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AngelaSP avatar
flag for ES(ISO2) (Madrid)
+3 better
09 Apr 2018
JaxX avatar
flag for DE(ISO2) (Berlin)
E7 sounds better than just E. Good tab cheers.
21 Aug 2010
About this song

Revolution is a song by The Beatles written by John Lennon and attributed to Lennon/McCartney. It was a number 1 hit in Australia. The song appeared in two distinctly different incarnations, a raucous electric Revolution, released as a single, and a slowed Revolution 1, which appeared on The Beatles, also known as the White Album. A third connected piece written by Lennon, the heavily experimental "Revolution 9", appeared on the same White Album side as "Revolution 1", on the second side of the second disc.