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Back in the USSR  Beatles

F[G]lew in from Miami Beach, B[C].O.A.C, d[Bb]idn't get to sleep last [C]night
O[G]n the way the paper bag was [C]on my knee, [Bb]man I had a dreadful [C]flight

Back in the USS[G]R,[Bb] don't know how lucky you a[C7]re, boy
Back in the USS[G]R

Been away so long I hardly knew the place
Gee it's good to be back home
Leave it to tomorrow to unpack my case
Honey disconnect the phone

Well the [C]Ukraine girls really kn[C7]ock me out
They l[G]eave the west behind
And M[C]oscow [Em]girls make me [Gm]sing and s[A7]hout
       [D7]                             [C7]                [G]                                                       
That Georgia's on my mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi mind

Show me round your snow-peaked mountains way down south
Take me to your daddy's farm
Let me hear your balalaikas rining out
Come and keep your comrade warm


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A7 Bb C C7 D7 Em G Gm
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nordan (report)

To be honest, I think that the right progression is " A -D -C- D"
A- D -C- D
Bridge: E - G - A
Middle eight: D A
D - D7 - Am - B7
Reprise : A -D -C -D"
Paul plays it like that ( until he keeps the pitch for A !! )