There's A Place Uke tab by The Beatles

7 Chords used in the song: E, A, C#m, B7, Abm7, C#m7, F#7

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E E                 A A           E E
There is a place, where I can go,
A A E E C#m C#m B7 B7
When I feel low...when I feel blue.
A A Abm7 Abm7 A A Abm7 Abm7
And it's my mind...and there's no time,
B7 B7 C#m7 C#m7
when I'm alone.
E E A A E E
I think of you, and things you do,
A A E E C#m7 C#m7 B7 B7
Go round my head...the things you said,
C#m7 C#m7 A A B7 B7 E E
Like, 'I love only you.'

C#m7 C#m7 F#7 F#7
In my mind there's no sorrow,
E E Abm7 Abm7
Don't you know that it's so.
C#m7 C#m7 F#7 F#7
There'll be no sad tomorrow,
E E Abm7 Abm7 C#m7 C#m7 Abm7 Abm7 C#m7 C#m7
Don't you know that it's so?

E E A A E E
There is a place, where I can go,
A A E E C#m C#m B7 B7
When I feel low...when I feel blue.
A A Abm7 Abm7 A A
And it's my mind,
Abm7 Abm7 B7 B7 C#m7 C#m7 E E
And there's no time, when I'm alone.
E E
There's a place...

 

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About this song

The title was inspired by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's "Somewhere" from West Side Story, which contained the line: "somewhere there's a place for us". McCartney owned the album of the soundtrack at the time of writing "There's a Place" and acknowledges its influence. The "place" in question was "the mind", making its subject matter slightly more cerebral than Britain's kissing and cuddling songs and America's surf music from that period. Lennon is quoted as saying: "'There's a Place' was my attempt at a sort of Motown, black thing.