Till There Was You Uke tab by The Beatles

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[Verse 1]

C7 C7 F F F7 F7
There were bells on a hill

Gm7 Gm7 Bbm Bbm
But I never heard them ringing

F F A A Gm7 Gm7
No, I never heard them at all

C7 C7 F F Gm7 Gm7 C7 C7
Till there was you



[Verse 2]

F F F7 F7
There were birds in the sky

Gm7 Gm7 Bbm Bbm
But I never sawr them winging

F F A A Gm7 Gm7
No, I never sawr them at all

C7 C7 F F F7 F7
Till there was you



[Chorus]

Bb Bb Bbm Bbm
Then there was music

F F
and wonderful roses

D7 D7
They tell me

Gm7 Gm7 G7 G7
In sweet fragrant meadows

C7 C7 C+ C+
Of dawn and dew

F F F7 F7
There was love all around

Gm7 Gm7 Bbm Bbm
But I never heard it singing

F F A A Gm7 Gm7
No, I never heard it at all

C7 C7 F F
Till there was you



[Chorus]

Bb Bb Bbm Bbm
Then there was music

F F
and wonderful roses

D7 D7
They tell me

Gm7 Gm7 G7 G7
In sweet fragrant meadows

C7 C7 C+ C+
Of dawn and dew

F F F7 F7
There was love all around

Gm7 Gm7 Bbm Bbm
But I never heard it singing

F F A A Gm7 Gm7
No, I never heard it at all

C7 C7 F F
Till there was you



[Outro]

C7 C7 C+ C+ F F
Till there was you

 

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Amyee avatar
If you want to play C+, place your pointer finger on the first fret of the G string and your pinky finger on the third fret of the A string.
15 Jan 2020
About this song

"Till There Was You" is a song by Meredith Willson, then covered by The Beatles. Written in 1957 for the musical play The Music Man. The song is sung by librarian Marian Paroo (Barbara Cook on Broadway, Shirley Jones in the film) to Professor Harold Hill (portrayed by Robert Preston) toward the end of Act Two.The Beatles' version was included on their albums With the Beatles (UK Release, 1963) and Meet the Beatles (US Release, 1964). The song was the only Broadway tune the Beatles ever recorded. Read more on Last.fm.