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This Boy  Beatles

[D]    [Bm]     [G]    [A7]                        
[D]That boy[Bm],   [G]  took my l[A]ove awa[D]y   [Bm]      [G]
Though he'll reg[A7]ret it somed[D]ay  [Bm]
[G]This boy w[A6]ants you back ag[D]ain   [Bm]      [G]     [A7]

That boy, isn't good for you

Though he may want you too
G A6 D Bm D7 ....
This boy wants you back again

Oh and th[G]is boy, would be [F#m]happy
Just to l[Bm]ove you, but oh m[A7]y-y-y-y
[G]That boy won't be h[F#]appy ti[A7]ll he sees you c[A6]ry-y-y

This boy wouldn't mind the pain

Would always feel the same

Till this boy gets you back again

Repeat Chorus

Repeat 3rd verse

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Ribzy (report)

I agree w/ Prisoner except in the chorus, play the G,
Also, during the "but oh my my-y-y-y"
try D

prisoner (report)

For EVERY TIME you see a G a Em7. I've tried this several times playing with the CD. Sounds much better.

The news, oh boy! (report)

The chords you have to play during the third verse of This Boy are unclear; there aren't written any above them so that you don't know whether to play the same chords as the first verse or the second.