Yesterday Uke tab by The Beatles

9 Chords used in the song: F, Em7, A7, Dm, Dm7, Bb, C, C7, G7

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F F         Em7 Em7     A7 A7                  Dm Dm       Dm7 Dm7  Bb Bb
Yesterday, All my troubles seemed so far away,
C C C7 C7 F F
Now it looks as though theyre here to stay,
C C Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 Bb Bb F F
Oh, I believe in yesterday.
F F Em7 Em7 A7 A7 Dm Dm Dm7 Dm7 Bb Bb
Suddenly, Im not half the man I used to be
C C C7 C7 F F
Theres a shadow hanging over me,
C C Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 Bb Bb F F
Oh, yesterday came suddenly.


A7 A7/4 A7 A7 Dm Dm C C Bb Bb
Why she had to go,
Dm Dm C C C7 C7 F F
I dont know, she wouldnt say.
A7 A7/4 A7 A7 Dm Dm C C Bb Bb
I said something wrong,
Dm Dm C C C7 C7 F F
Now I long for yesterday.


F F Em7 Em7 A7 A7 Dm Dm Dm7 Dm7 Bb Bb
Yesterday, Love was such an easy game to play,
C C C7 C7 F F
Now I need a place to hide away,
C C Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 Bb Bb F F
Oh, I believe in yesterday.


A7 A7/4 A7 A7 Dm Dm C C Bb Bb
Why she had to go,
Dm Dm C C C7 C7 F F
I dont know, she wouldnt say.
A7 A7/4 A7 A7 Dm Dm C C Bb Bb
I said something wrong,
Dm Dm C C C7 C7 F F
Now I long for yesterday.


F F Em7 Em7 A7 A7 Dm Dm Dm7 Dm7 Bb Bb
Yesterday, Love was such an easy game to play,
C C C7 C7 F F
Now I need a place to hide away,
C C Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 Bb Bb F F
Oh, I believe in yesterday.
Dm Dm G7 G7 Bb Bb F F
Humm Hum-mm Humm Humm Humm-mm Humm

 

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About this song

"Yesterday" is a pop song originally recorded by The Beatles for their 1965 album Help!. According to the Guinness Book of Records, "Yesterday" has the most cover versions of any song ever written. The song remains popular today with more than 3,000 recorded cover versions, the first hitting the United Kingdom top 10 three months after the release of Help!. Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI) asserts that it was performed over seven million times in the 20th century alone.