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Song:    If You've Got Trouble
Artists: The Beatles
Album:   Anthology 2, 1996 (originally recorded in 1965)
URL:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r2gFht_rsI;
         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_You've_Got_Trouble
Tempo:   4|4
Tuning:  Standard

Chords:
         EADGbe
E7       020100
B7sus4   X02202
A7       X02020
A        X02220
E        022100
B        X24442


INTRO:
|Drums over  | Drums over  |
|E7          |E7           |


VERSE 1:
E7
If you've got trouble,
     B7sus4                       E7
Then you’ve got less trouble than me.

You say you're worried,
    B7sus4                 E7
You can't be as worried as me (Oh oh).
A7                         B7sus4
You're quite contend to be bad,
A7                       B7sus4
With all the advantage you had over me.
E7
Just cause you're troubled,
          B7sus4                 E7
Then don't bring your troubles to me.


VERSE 2:
        E7
I don't think it's funny,
     B7sus4                E7
When you ask for money and things.
                                B7sus4                 
Especially when you're standing there,
                    E7
Wearing diamond and rings (Oh oh).
A7                        B7sus4
You think I'm soft in the head,
     A7                   B7sus4
Well try someone softer instead, pretty thing.
E7
It's not so funny,
     B7sus4                  E7
When you know what money can bring.


BRIDGE 1:
A                   E
You better leave me alone,
A       E      B          E
I don't need a thing from you.
A                        E
You better take yourself home,
A      E       B       E
Go and count a ring or two.
E7
If you've got trouble,
     B7sus4                       E7
Then you’ve got less trouble than me.

You say you're worried,
    B7sus4                 E7
You can't be as worried as me.
A7                         B7sus4
You're quite contend to be bad,
A7                         B7sus4
With all the advantage you had over me.
E7
Just cause you're troubled,
B7sus4                            E7
Then don't bring your troubles to me.
N.C.
(Ah rock on, anybody.).


:: INSTRUMENTAL :: (Lead over)
|E    |E    |E    |E    |A7   |A7   |
|E    |E    |B7   |A7   |E    |E    |


BRIDGE 2:
A                    E
You better leave me alone,
A       E      B          E
I don't need a thing from you.
A                        E
You better take yourself home,
A      E       B       E
Go and count a ring or two.


VERSE 4:
E7
If you've got trouble,
             B7sus4            E7
Then you got less trouble than me.

You say you're worried,
    B7sus4                 E7
You can't be as worried as me (Oh oh).
A7                         B7sus4
You're quite contend to be bad,
A7                         B7sus4
With all the advantage you had over me.
E7
Just ‘cause you're troubleD,
    B7sus4                       E7
And don't bring your troubles to me.
E7
Just ‘cause you're troubled,
     B7sus4                       E7  E
Then don't bring your troubles to me.


[End]


NOTES.
1.  “…Music critic Ian MacDonald said the song was "the only unmitigated disaster in the Lennon–McCartney 
catalogue", and criticised its lyrics and melody.  Beatles' historian Mark Lewisohn agreed, saying it 
was "not one of the better Lennon–McCartney numbers ... nor was it brilliantly performed."  
George Harrison himself stated that "it's the most weird song. [...] 
It's got stupid words and is the naffest song. No wonder it didn't make it onto anything.”…”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_You've_Got_Trouble
2.  “…That the song wasn't working as planned can be heard in Ringo's desperate call before the 
guitar solo: "Ah, rock on - anybody!" If You've Got Trouble was eventually replaced on the 'Help!' 
album by Act Naturally, recorded four months later. …”  
http://www.beatlesbible.com/songs/if-youve-got-trouble/
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delb0y1967 3,614 Nov 22, 2015 07:06 AM

OK you got my interest on his one, had to go find it to listen too :) I've heard worse tbh

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rikigo 3,261 Jan 23, 2017 03:50 AM

There's another video copy, with lyrics -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW5kg3Z6X00, as the original is blocked in Oz.

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