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Got To Get You Into My Life Ukulele Chords

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            Got To Get You Into My Life – The Beatles
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Tabbed by: maguri
Tuning: soprano C

The Beatles
Got To Get You Into My Life (1966)
(Lennon/McCartney)

From: "Revolver"

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CHORDS

        g-C-E-A
Fadd9   0-0-1-0
Bbaug   3-2-2-1
Bm6     1-2-2-2 (= Abm7-5)
Cmaj7   4-0-0-3

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SONG

[Intro]
| G | Fadd9   C G | G | G |


[Verse]
G                                                       Fadd9
  I was alone I took a ride, I didn't know what I would find there
G                                                    Fadd9
  Another road where maybe I can see another kind of mind there


[Bridge]
Bm   Bbaug     D        Bm6
Ooh     then I suddenly see you
Bm   Bbaug    D          Bm6
Ooh     did I tell you I need you
C      Cmaj7  Am  D     G
Every  single day of my life


[Verse]
G                                                    Fadd9
  You didn't run you didn't lie you I wanted just to hold you
G                                                                Fadd9
  And had you gone you'd knew in time we meet again for I'd have told you


[Bridge]
Bm   Bbaug       D           Bm6
Ooh     you were meant to be near me
Bm   Bbaug    D        Bm6
Ooh     and I want you hear me
C         Cmaj7 Am     D     G
Say we'll be  together every day


[Chorus]
G                    | C  |  %  |  D  |  G  |  %  |
Got to get you into my life     [break]


[Verse]
G                                                        Fadd9
  What can I do? What can I be when I'm with you I wanna stay there
G                                                     Fadd9
  If I'm true I'll never leave and if I do I know the way there


[Bridge]
Bm   Bbaug     D         Bm6
Ooh     then I suddenly see you
Bm   Bbaug    D          Bm6
Ooh     did I tell you I need you
C     Cmaj7  Am  D     G
Every single day of my life


[Verse]
G                    | C  |  %  |  D  |  G  |  %  |
Got to get you into my life     [break]


[Riff]
| G | Fadd9   C G | G | G |


[Chorus]
G                    | C  |  %  |  D  |  G  |  %  |
Got to get you into my life     [break]


[Outro]
       G                            G
I was alone I took a ride, I didn't know what I would find there 
|  G  |  Fadd9  |                   |  G   |  Fadd9  |  
  Another road where maybe I can see another kind of mind there
    |  G  |  Fadd9  |
Then suddenly see you
     |  G  |  Fadd9  |
Did I tell you I need you
      |  G  |  Fadd9  |
 Every  single day 

(fade)
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UkenKen 162 Oct 17, 2016 10:17 PM, edited at 11:46 pm

I think your sections need to be renamed. "Bridge" should be "Chorus". Section where "Got to get you... life" should be the "Bridge". "Coda" should be "Outro". I think the Outro is just holding a "G".

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maguri [tm] 27,080 Oct 18, 2016 07:15 AM, edited at 07:16 am

Thank you very much for your input!I decided to call the "Got to get yo into my life" part chorus because it not only contains the title of the song - thus conveying the main message or theme of the song - but also the main musical motif played by the brass section that is used in intro, outro and in the part that I call chorus. I called the other part bridge, because it follows the verse and varies considerably from it; to me it is not a typical chorus because the words change when it is repeated after the second verse. The outro is actually an outro because the song is faded out, I agree with you there. All in all, I don't think my choices mar the chord sheet drastically, but thanks anyway.In the outro, the brass section plays the riff, so I reflected that by using the chords that are played there. I clearly hear the Fadd9 in the brass part. If you don't want to have it in a ukulele version, then just don't play it. Thank you for making this suggestion, now other users can decide whether they'll keep it in or they won't.

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