Love Me Do - Beatles - Ukulele Chords

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16 Jan 2013

Love Me Do - Beatles - Ukulele Chords

I read recently that the first Beatles single ever has now gone out of copyright and in to the public domain. In recognition, why not have a crack at it on the ukulele?



LOVE ME DO - THE BEATLES


Intro G  C repeated

[G] Love love me [C] do
You [G] know I love [C] you
I'll [G] always be [C] true
So [C] pleeee[C] ease... [NC] Love me [G] do [C]
Wo oh [G] Love me do [C]


[G] Love love me [C] do
You [G] know I love [C] you
I'll [G] always be [C] true
So [C] pleeee[C] ease... [NC] Love me [G] do
Wo oh [G] Love me do [C]

(bridge)

[D] Someone to love, [C]Some [F] body [G] new
[D] Someone to love, [C]Some [F] one like [G] you

[G] Love love me [C] do
You [G] know I love [C] you
I'll [G] always be [C] true
So [C] pleeee[C] ease... [NC] Love me [G] do
Wo oh [G] Love me do [C]

Repeat chords of bridge then end with G C G


[G] Love love me [C] do
You [G] know I love [C] you
I'll [G] always be [C] true
So [C] pleeee[C] ease... [NC] Love me [G] do

[C] Woah [G] Love me do [C]
Yeah love me [G] do [C]

G   C
G  C


Repeat to fade






6 comments :

  1. Great post. But missing two important words on the bridge. Should be -
    [D] Someone to love, [C]Some [F] body new[G]
    [D] Someone to love, [C]Some [F] one like you[G]

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  2. Oh heck - they were there when I was editing it - no idea where they went. Thanks for spotting that - edited and correct now!

    Whoops.

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  3. Not for long, copyrights will be extended to 70 years in 2014 : http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/sep/12/musicians-copyright-extension
    Really in public domain in 2033...

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  4. Sorry, means 'no chord' it means dont play anything.

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