Taxman Uke tab by The Beatles

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D7 chordD7 D7#9 chordD7#9 D7 chordD7
Let me tell you how it will be
D7 chordD7 D7#9 chordD7#9 D7 chordD7
There's one for you nineteen for me
C7 chordC7 G7#9 chordG7#9 D7 chordD7
Cos I'm the taxman Yeah I'm the taxman

Should five percent appear too small
Be thankful I don't take it all
Cos I'm the taxman Yeah I'm the taxman

D chordD
If you drive a truck I'll tax the street
C chordC
If you try to fix it I'll tax your seat
D chordD
If you get too cold I'll tax the heat
C chordC D chordD
If you take a walk I'll tax your feet TAXMAN

C chordC G7#9 chordG7#9 D chordD
Cos I'm the taxman Yeah I'm the taxman


Don't ask me what I want it for ah ah Mr Wilson
If you don't want to pay some more ah ah Mr Heath
Cos I'm the taxman

Now my advice for those who die TAXMAN
Declare the pennies on your eyes TAXMAN
Cos I'm the taxman Yeah I'm the taxman

And you're working for no one but me
F chordF D7 chordD7


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About this song

"Taxman" is a song written by George Harrison and released as the opening track on the Beatles' 1966 album Revolver. Its lyrics attack the high levels of progressive tax taken by the British Labour government of Harold Wilson. Paul's guitar solo utilises what Pollack describes as "fast triplets, exotic modal touches, and a melodic shape which traverses several octaves and ends with a breathtaking upward flourish". Everett considers that McCartney's solo is in the same Dorian mode adapted by Harrison in Love You To. Read more on