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Oh! Darling  Beatles

Verse:
[E+]Oh___ [A]darling please be[E]lieve me
[F#m]I'll never do you no [D]harm
Be-[Bm7]lieve me when I tell [E7]you
[Bm7]I'll never [E7]do you no [A]harm

Interlude:
[A-D-A-E]        [E]Oh___ [A]darling if you [E]leave me
[F#m]I'll never make it a[D]lone
[Bm7]Believe me when I beg [E7]you
[Bm7]Don't ever leave me a[A]lone

Interlude:
[A-D-A-A7]        
Chorus:
[A7]When you [D]told me you didn't [F7]need me anymore
[A]Well you know I nearly broke down and cried
When you [B7]told me you didn't need me anymore
Well you [E7]know I nearly [F7]fell down and [E7]died_[E+]__

[E+]Oh [A]darling if you [E]leave me
[F#m]I'll never make it a[D]lone
Be[Bm7]lieve me when I tell [E7]you
[Bm7]I'll never [E7]do you no [A]harm

Interlude:
[A-D-A-A7]    
(Spoken) Believe me, darling
[A7]When you [D]told me you didn't [F7]need me anymore
[A]Well you know I nearly broke down and cried
When you [B7]told me you didn't need me anymore
Well you [E7]know I nearly [F7]fell down and [E7]died_[E+]__
[E+]Oh [A]darling if you [E]leave me
[F#m]I'll never make it a[D]lone
Be[Bm7]lieve me when I tell [E7]you
[Bm7]I'll never [E7]do you no [A]harm

[E+]Oh [A]darling please be[E]lieve me
[F#m]I'll never let you [D]down
(spoken) oh believe me darling
[Bm7]Believe me when I tell [E7]you
[Bm7]I'll never [E7]do you no [A]harm

End:
[A]-[D]-[A]-[Bb7]-[A7]

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albee2005 (report)

Great song. Thank You for the Tab. That E+ is SUCH a distinctive chord; there's no guessing what the song will be after strumming it. Thanks (too) for the chorus...that F7 was throwing me; I cheat on it of course. I can't play barres so this works great. Also this version of Bm7 is a fave of the Four; they use it a LOT; it's a lot easier and better than the Barred Am7 on the second fret. Piggies is another Great song to play that has some great progressions in the chorus. Again, thanks. Albee