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When I'm Sixty-Four  Beatles

[C]When I get older, losing my hair,
many years from [G]now,
[G7]will you still be sending me a valentine,
[N.C.]birthday greetings, (C)bottle of wine?
[C]If I'd been out till quarter to three,
[C7]would you lock the [F]door?
Will you still [Fm]need me, [C]will you still [A]feed me,
[D7]when I'm [G7]sixty-[C]four?[G C]

[Am] [Am] [G] [Am]
[Am]You'll be older, [E7]too.
[Am]Aaah,and if you [Dm]say the word,
[F]I could [G]stay with [C]you.[G]

[C]I could be handy,
mending a fuse, when your lights have [G]gone.
[G7]You can knit a sweater by the fireside,
[N.C.] sunday mornings, [C]go for a ride.
[C]Doing the garden, digging the weeds,
[C7]who could ask for [F]more?
Will you still [Fm]need me, [C]will you still [A]feed me,
[D7]when I'm [G7]sixty-[C]four?[G C]
[Am]Every summer we can rent a cottage
in the Isle of [G]Wight if it's not to [Am]dear.
We shall scrimp and [E7]save.
[Am]Grandchildren [Dm]on your knee,
[F]Vera, [G]Chuck, and [C]Dave.[G]

[C]Send me a postcard, drop me a line
stating point of [G]view.
[G7]Indicate precisely what you mean to say,
(N.C.)yours sincerely [C]wasting away.
[C]Give me your answer, fill in a form,
[C7]mine forever [F]more.
Will you still [Fm] need me,[C]will you still [A]feed me
[D7]When I'm [G7]sixty-[C]four?[G C]
[C] [C] [F G] [C G C]

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alohaneil (report)

A C#dim works a lot better than a D#7 (at least on the ukulele)