We Can Work It Out Uke tab by The Beatles

8 Chords used in the song: D, Dsus4, C, G, A, Dmaj7, Gbm6, Fm6

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Chords:

D D Dsus4 Dsus4 C C G G A A Dmaj7 Dmaj7 Gbm6 Gbm6
A|------------------3--------2-----------------2--------2--|
E|--2-------3----------------3-----------------2--------3--|
C|--2-------2----------------2--------1--------2--------2--|
G|--2-------2-------------------------2--------4--------4--|
Fm6 Fm6
A|--1--|
E|--2--|
C|--1--|
G|--3--|

Verse #1
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D
Try to see it my ....way,
Dsus4 Dsus4 C C D D
Do I have to keep on talking till I can't go on?
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D
While you see it your ...way,
Dsus4 Dsus4 C C D D
Run the risk of knowing that our love may soon be gone.

Chorus:
G G D D
We can work it out,
G G A A
We can work it out.


Verse #2
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D
Think of what you're say...ing.
Dsus4 Dsus4 C C D D
You can get it wrong and still you think that it's all right.
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D
Think of what I'm say...ing,
Dsus4 Dsus4 C C D D
We can work it out and get it straight, or say good night.

Chorus:
G G D D
We can work it out,
G G A A
We can work it out.

Bridge:
Dmaj7 Dmaj7 Gbm6 Gbm6 Fm6 Fm6
Life is very short, and there's no ti-i-i-i-ime
Dmaj7 Dmaj7 D D Gbm6 Gbm6 Fm6 Fm6
For fussing and fighting, my friend.
Dmaj7 Dmaj7 Gbm6 Gbm6 Fm6 Fm6
I have always thought that it's a cri-i-i-i-ime,
Dmaj7 Dmaj7 D D Gbm6 Gbm6 Fm6 Fm6
So I will ask you once again.

# Same throughout.

# Happy ukulele-ing & DFTBA!

 

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About this song

"We Can Work It Out" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and released by The Beatles as a "double A-sided" single with "Day Tripper", the first time both sides of a single were so designated in an initial release. Both songs were recorded during the Rubber Soul sessions. The song is an example of Lennon/McCartney collaboration at a depth that happened only rarely after they wrote the hit singles of 1963. This song, "A Day in the Life", and "I've Got A Feeling" are among the notable exceptions