Strawberry Fields Forever Uke tab by The Beatles

10 Chords used in the song: F, C, Em, Gm, Dm, A#, Cm, Cm7, D7, Am

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The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
This is the [Demo Sequence] version which you can find on the Anthology 2 album, I had to transpose it down a fifth for ukulele.

F F

C C Em Em Gm Gm
No one I think is in my tree.
Dm Dm F F A# A#
I mean, it must be high or low.
C C F F Dm Dm
That is, you can't, you know tune in but it's all right.
A# A# C C A# A# F F
That is, I think it's not too bad.


C C Em Em Gm Gm
Always know sometimes think it's me.
Dm Dm F F A# A#
But you know, I know when it's a dream.
C C F F Dm Dm
I mean I think a "No" uhh "Yes" but its all wrong
A# A# C C A# A# F F.
That is I think I disagree.


F F
Let me take you back 'cause I'm going to,
Cm Cm Cm7 Cm7
Strawberry fields.
D7 D7
Nothing is real.
A# A# D7 D7
And nothing to get hung about.
A# A# F F Am Am
Strawberry fields forever.
A# A# F F Am Am
Strawberry fields forever.
A# A# C C A# A# F F
Strawberry fields forever.

 

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Marra avatar
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oh alrighty then. didn't see that.
good transposition then :)
22 Feb 2010
jvdw avatar
It has been transposed down for playability.
I mentioned that on the tab. :]
20 Feb 2010
Marra avatar
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I gave the [Demo Sequence] and this doesn't sound quite right. It's in a different key.
17 Feb 2010
About this song

"Strawberry Fields Forever" is a song by the English rock band The Beatles. Recorded at the end of 1966, the song was written by John Lennon during the filming of How I Won The War, but is credited to Lennon/McCartney. It is named after a Salvation Army house in Liverpool where Lennon played as a child. "Strawberry Fields Forever" begins with Lennon's vocals and accompaniment by the rest of the group; beginning at one minute into the song, Lennon is accompanied by an orchestral score.