What You're Doing (Riff) Uke tab by The Beatles

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I couldn't figure out the chords for the song, I'm pretty new to uke, but I definitely got the little riff down.

 

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Talentless9 avatar
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What is this?
04 Feb 2019
Monkeycamera avatar
So.... post the riff!
08 Nov 2011
About this song

"What You're Doing" is a song written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney), one of eight originals of fourteen songs on the 1964 album Beatles for Sale by the group; it also appeared on the 1965 American release Beatles VI. The song begins, uncommonly for the band, with a drum intro. It is followed by a guitar sequence used throughout the song as an ostinato figure after each verse (providing the song with a sense of unity). The atmosphere of the song is heavily syncopated, lending it a loose, jazzy feel. The influence of Buddy Holly can be felt in the song as well.