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She Loves You

Lennon/McCartney

Intro:
 CAmD7
    She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah. She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah.
 FC
    She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

 CAmEmG7
You think you've lost your love well I saw her yesterday.
 CAmEmG7
It's you she's thinking of and she told me what to say.
 CAm
She says she loves you and you know that can't be bad.
 FmG7
Yes she loves you and you know you should be glad. Oooh.

 CAmEmG7
She said you hurt her so that she almost lost her mind.
 CAmEmG7
And now she says she knows you're not the hurting kind.
 CAm
She says she loves you and you know that can't be bad.
 FmG7
Yes she loves you and you know you should be glad. Oooh.

 AmD7
    She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah. She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah.
 FmG7C
    and with a love like that, you know you should be glad.

 CAmEmG7
You know its up to you, I think it's only fair.
 CAmEmG7
Pride can  hurt you too, apologize to her.
 CAm
Because she loves you, and you know that can't be bad.
 FmG7
Yes she loves you and you know you should be glad. Oooh.

repeat Intro



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Bob Cummins (report comment to admin):
The line:

If I should hurt you too, ap ologize to her.
is wrong.
It should be:
Pride can hurt you too, ap ologize to her.
Astronomikal (report comment to admin):
Lots of suggestions to improve this one.


1. First off, it's originally in G (not C), so transpose -5.

2. Omit the opening G. The first word of the song ("She") is sung without music. The opening Em comes in on "loves". When you play it, open with an enthusiastic 4 count and then pound the Em on "loves".

3. Change all A7 to A.

4. As shown, change all D7 to D.

5. Insert D7's in the line: "and with a love like that, you know you should be glad". Play D on "know" and D7 on "should".

6. Optional: Change all Cm to Am. I know Cm is likely the right chord, but Macca's harmony allows an Am to work just as well and I personally think it sounds better. Try it for yourself.

7. Eliminate the first "Oooh" (they don't sing that high OOOH at this point in the record). Play a D on "glad" and immediately transition to a D+ (XX0332), then back to G for the start of "She said you hurt her so".

8. If you want to have fun with the "Ooooh's", play a normal D on "glad" and rapidly strum a 14th fret D on "Oooh". If you practice it a lot and time it right it will make your audience smile.

9. If you want to mimic George's musical yeah-yeah-yeah's, you can play this: xx5003, xx4002, xx2000. You'll figure out where they need to go.

Have fun with it. This is a crowd favorite because everybody knows it.