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A Hard Days Night Chords

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A Hard Day's Night}
The Beatles}

{define:G  - 3 3 0 0 2 3}
{define:C9 - 3 3 0 0 3 -1}

{soc}
It's been A [G]Hard [C9]Day's [G]Night and I've been [F]working like a [G]dog
It's been A Hard [C9]Day's [G]Night I should be [F]sleeping like a [G]log
But when I [C]get home to you I find the [D]things that you do will
make me [G]feel [C9]al---[G]right
{eoc}

You know I work all day to get you money to buy things
And It's worth it just to hear you say you're gonna give me ev'rything
So why I love to come home 'Cause when I get you alone you know I'll be O.K.

Bridge
     When I [Bm]home [Em]ev'rything seems to be al[Bm]right
     When I'm [G]home [Em]feeling you holding me [C]tight, [D]tight,yeah

Chorus

Solo

So why I love to come home 'Cause when I get you alone you know I'll be O.K.

Bridge

Chorus
          
You know I [G]feel [C9]al---[G]right
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ptansani wrote on November 1 2007, 03:34 pm

When you play an F chord, it is actually supposed to be a d9 chord. It will pass as a F, but is not right to the beatles recorded key. Also it is a little confusing to read.

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Naopelu wrote on December 22 2009, 09:35 pm

Ehm... The format of your tab it's confusing, and some chords, like Cadd9, are not tabbed good, it's
|-3-|
|-3-|
|-0-|
|-2-|
|-3-|
|---|

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CPWKruger wrote on February 8 2014, 09:00 am

what's with this 'define' nonsense I keep seeing when chord formation is explained.
Is it necessary?

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