she loves you

Beatles


There really is such a word as 'beatle', an implement for converting raw
flax fiber into linen.  But there was also a rock 'n' roll group called
the 'Beatles' who, according to rhythm guitarist John Lennon, spelled
'beetle' with 'a' because they were a 'beat' group - get it?

This quartet of lovable Liverpool (England) moptops had some US success
with 'Mr. Moonlight' (1964) and 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer' (1969) - and
even toured the States on the same bill as the Remains in 1966 - before
splitting up in 1970 to pursue solo careers.  Bassist Paul McArtrey went
on to become a successful lounge singer.  -- AWR


                            "She Loves You"
                    (J. W. Lennon - J. P. McCartney)

Intro:

     Em
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
      A
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
      C                     G6
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah

Verse 1:

      G                     Em
You think you've lost your love
       Bm             D
Well I saw her yesterday
      G                 Em
It's you she's thinking of
         Bm              D
And she told me what to say

Chorus:

[1: She says  3: Because] she loves you
                           Em    [xx5003  xx4002  xx2000]
And you know that can't be bad
         Cm
Yes she loves you
                            D
And you know you should be glad

Verse 2:

She said you hurt her so
She almost lost her mind
But now she says she knows
You're not the hurting kind

[repeat chorus]

Post-chorus:

     Em
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
      A
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
        Cm
With a love like that
     D                  G
You know you should be glad

Verse 3:

And so its up to you
I think it's only fair
Pride can hurt you too
Apologize to her

[repeat chorus]

[repeat post-chorus]  G  G/F#  Em
                (...glad)

Coda:

        Cm
With a love like that
     D7                 G  G/F#  Em
You know you should be glad

        Cm
With a love like that
     D [N.C.]           G      G/F#
You know you should be glad
Em6
Yeah, yeah, yeah
C                  G6
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers








































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