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The Beatles - The Beatles (aka The White Album) (1968)

Disk 1

1. "Back in the U.S.S.R."
2. "Dear Prudence"
3. "Glass Onion"
4. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
5. "Wild Honey Pie"
6. "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill"
7. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
8. "Happiness Is a Warm Gun"
9. "Martha My Dear"
10."I'm So Tired"
11."Blackbird"
12."Piggies"
13."Rocky Raccoon"
14."Don't Pass Me By"
15."Why Don't We Do It In The Road"
16."I Will"
17."Julia"

Disk 2

1."Birthday"
2."Yer Blues"
3."Mother Nature's Son
4."Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey"
5."Sexy Sadie"
6."Helter Skelter"
7."Long Long Long"
8."Revolution 1"
9."Honey Pie"
10."Savoy Truffle"
11."Cry Baby Cry"
--."Revolution 9" (Not done)
12."Good Night"



The Beatles - The White Album – Disk 1 (1968)

1. Back in the U.S.S.R (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  E  E7    /    /    /

A                          D        C                      D
Flew in from Miami Beach B.O.A.C.,  didn't get to bed last night.
A                            D           C                     D
On the way the paperback was on my knee. Man, I had a dreadful flight.
                      A     C                            D         nc
I'm back in the U.S.S.R.    You don't know how lucky you are, Boy.
                  A         B7  E7
Back in the U.S.S.R.

A                          D               C                         D
Been away so long I hardly knew the place. Gee, it's good to be back home.
A                           D             C                     D
Leave it till tomorrow to unpack my case. Honey, disconnect the phone.

                      A     C                            D         nc
I'm back in the U.S.S.R.    You don't know how lucky you are, Boy.
                                                          A        A7
Back in the U.S.    Back in the U.S.    Back in the U.S.S.R.

          D                                       A                A7
Well, the Ukraine girls really knock me out, they leave the West behind.
    D      D7            D        B7
And Moscow girls make me sing and shout,
     E7                           D7          A         B7  E7
That Georgia’s always on my mi mi mi mi mi mi mind.             Oh, come on!

Break:  A    D    C    D    A    D    C    D

                      A     C                            D         nc
I'm back in the U.S.S.R.    You don't know how lucky you are, Boy.
                  A         A7
Back in the U.S.S.R.

          D                                       A                A7
Well, the Ukraine girls really knock me out, they leave the West behind.
    D      D7            D        B7
And Moscow girls make me sing and shout,
     E7                           D7          A         B7  E7
That Georgia’s always on my mi mi mi mi mi mi mind.

    A                                         D
Oh, show me 'round your snow-peaked mountains way down south,
C                       D
Take me to your Daddy's farm.
A                           D            C                          D
Let me hear your balalaikas ringing out, come and keep your comrade warm.

                      A     C                            D         nc
I'm back in the U.S.S.R.    You don't know how lucky you are, Boy.
                  A         B7  E7
Back in the U.S.S.R.

Outtro:  Repeat and fade
                            A



2. Dear Prudence (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  D   D7  D6  D7  Gm7  /  D   D7  D6  Gm7

   D        D7   D6   Gm7                       D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            won't you come out to play.
   D        D7   D6   Gm7                     D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            greet the brand new day.
    D              D7                D6             Gm7 
The sun is up, the sky is blue, it's beautiful, and so are you.
   D        D7    C           G           D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,      won't you come out to play?

   D        D7   D6   Gm7              D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            open up your eyes.
   D        D7   D6   Gm7               D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            see the sunny skies.
    D                D7                    D6               Gm7
The wind is low, the birds will sing, that you are part, of everything.
   D        D7    C           G           D    G7   A7   G6
Dear Prudence,      won't you open up you eyes?

      D            D7          D6          Gm7
Look around round (round round round round round round).
      D                  D7          D6          Gm7
Look around round round (round round round round round round).
      F    Ab   G   D   D7  D6  Gm7
Look around.
  
   D        D7   D6   Gm7                D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            let me see you smile.
   D        D7   D6   Gm7               D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            like a little child.
    D                D7              D6             Gm7
The clouds will be a daisy chain, so let me see you smile again.
   D        D7    C           G              D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,      won't you let me see you smile?

   D        D7   D6   Gm7                       D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            won't you come out to play.
   D        D7   D6   Gm7                     D    D7   D6   Gm7
Dear Prudence,            greet the brand new day.
    D              D7                D6             Gm7 
The sun is up, the sky is blue, it's beautiful, and so are you.
   D        D7    C           G           D nc      /
Dear Prudence,      won't you come out to play?

Outtro:  D    D7   D6   D7   D6   D7   Gm7   /   D



3. Glass Onion (Lennon/McCartney)

Am                  F7
   I told you 'bout Strawberry Fields,
Am                          F7
   You know the place where nothing is real.
Am                      Gm7                  C7
   Well, here's another place you can go - wo.
      Gm7                  C7
Where everything flow - ows.
F7                              D7
Looking through the bent-backed tulips,
   F7                     D7
To see how the other half lives.
F7                       G7 nc
Looking through a glass onion.

Am                      F7
   I told you 'bout the Walrus and me, Man.
Am                        F7
   You know that we're as close as can be, Man.
Am                      Gm7             C7        Gm7            C7
   Well, here's another clue for you all.     The Walrus was Paul. 
F7                             D7
Standing on a cast-iron shore, yeah.
F7                               D7
Lady Madonna tryin' to make ends meet, yeah.
F7                       G7 nc
Looking through a glass onion.

Am           F                 Am              Am7
         Oh, yeah.         Oh, yeah.       Oh, yeah.
F7                       G7 nc
Looking through a glass onion.

Am                      F7
   I told you 'bout the Fool on the Hill.
Am                      F7
   I tell you that he's living there still.
Am                      Gm7             C7         Gm7         C7
   Well, here's another place you can be.          Listen to me.
F7                   D7          F7                         D7
Fixing a hole in the ocean,      trying to make a dove-tail joint, yeah.
F7                       G7 nc
Looking through a glass onion.

Outtro:  F#dim7    /  F#dim7  Abdim7  Gdim7  Adim7  /

         Adim7  Gdim7  Abdim7  F#dim7  /

         F#dim7  Abdim7  Gdim7  Adim7

Chords:  Adim7: xx1212   Gdim7: xx2323   Abdim7: xx3434   F#dim7: xx4545



4. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  F   / C F Dm Bb   /   /   /   /   /   /   /

Bb                          F             F7                       Bb
Desmond has a barrow in the market-place, Molly is the singer in a band.
                               Eb
Desmond says to Molly "Girl, I like your face."
          Bb               F                Bb
And Molly says this as she takes him by the hand.

      Bb                      Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.
                              Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.

Bb                             F                 F7                         Bb
Desmond takes a trolley to the jeweller’s store, buys a twenty carat golden ring.
                               Eb
Takes it back to Molly waiting at the door,
          Bb              F             Bb
And as he gives it to her she begins to sing.

      Bb                      Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.
                              Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.

Eb                                                Bb  Cm   Bb  Bb9
In a couple of years they have built a home sweet home.
Eb
With a couple of kids running in the yard,
   Bb                F7
Of Desmond and Molly Jones. (Ah ha ha ha ha ha)

Bb                      F             F7                               Bb
Happy ever after in the market-place, Desmond lets the children lend a hand.
                                 Eb
Molly stays at home and does her pretty face,
           Bb                F                 Bb
And in the evening she still sings it with the band.

      Bb                      Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.
                              Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.

Eb                                                Bb  Cm   Bb  Bb9
In a couple of years they have built a home sweet home.
Eb
With a couple of kids running in the yard,
   Bb                F7
Of Desmond and Molly Jones. (Ah ha ha ha ha ha)

      Bb                      F             F7                             Bb
Yeah, happy ever after in the market-place, Molly lets the children lend a hand.
                                   Eb
Desmond stays at home and does his pretty face,
           Bb              F               Bb
And in the evening she's a singer with the band.

      Bb                      Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Bb
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.
                              Dm  Gm      Bb            F7        Gm
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra.    La-la how the life goes on.

Outtro:                                 F7            Bb nc
         And if you want some fun, take Ob-la-di, bla-da.



5. Wild Honey Pie (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Gb7    E7    Eb7    D7    Db7

Gb7
Honey Pie.  Honey Pie.

Break:  Gb7    E7    Eb7    D7    Db7

Gb7
Honey Pie.  Honey Pie.

Break:  Gb7    E7    Eb7    D7    Db7

Gb7         E7
Honey Pie.  Honey Pie.
Gb7         E7
Honey Pie.  Honey Pie.
  Gb7 nc
I love you.


6. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Em

C    G7       C     Fm           C     Fm       G7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?
A    E7       A     Dm           A     Dm       E7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?

   Am             C6               F                G
He went out tiger hunting with his elephant and gun,
Am           C6           F                   G
  In case of accidents he always took his Mom.
         E             G              Am               Fm nc
He's the all-American, bullet-headed, Saxon's mother's son.

All the children sing,

C    G7       C     Fm           C     Fm       G7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?
A    E7       A     Dm           A     Dm       E7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?

Am            C6               F                  G
  Deep in the jungle where the mighty tiger lies,
Am             C6             F                 G
  Bill and his elephants were taken by surprise.
E          G                 Am                Fm nc
So Captain Marvel zapped him right between the eyes.

All the children sing,

C    G7       C     Fm           C     Fm       G7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?
A    E7       A     Dm           A     Dm       E7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?

Am             C6              F                  G
  The children asked him if to kill was not a sin.
Am             C6                     F                G
  "Not when he looked so fierce", his Mommy butted in.
E                G                       Am            Fm nc
  If looks could kill it would have been us instead of him.

All the children sing,

Outtro:  Repeat and fade

C    G7       C     Fm           C     Fm       G7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?
A    E7       A     Dm           A     Dm       E7
Hey, Bungalow Bill, what did you kill? Bungalow Bill?



7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison)

Intro:  Am   Am7   Am6   Fmaj7   Am   G   D   E

  Am          Am7         Am6               Fmaj7
I look at you all see the love there that's sleeping.
Am          G          D        E
While my guitar gently weeps.
  Am          Am7         Am6          Fmaj7
I look at the floor and I see it needs sweeping.
Am          G          C        E
Still my guitar gently weeps.

A               Amaj7    F#m        A
   I don't know why,         nobody told you,
Bm                        E
   How to unfold your love.
A               Amaj7    F#m            A
   I don't know how,         someone controlled you,
Bm                         E
   They bought and sold you.

  Am          Am7         Am6         Fmaj7
I look at the world and I notice it's turning.
Am          G          D        E
While my guitar gently weeps.
     Am       Am7          Am6       Fmaj7
With every mistake we must surely be learning.
Am          G          C        E
Still my guitar gently weeps.

Break:  Am   Am7   Am6   Fmaj7   Am   G   D   E

        Am   Am7   Am6   Fmaj7   Am   G   C   E

A               Amaj7    F#m            A
   I don't know how,         you were diverted,
Bm                       E
   You were perverted too.
A               Amaj7    F#m            A
   I don't know how,         you were inverted,
Bm                   E
   No-one alerted you.

  Am          Am7         Am6               Fmaj7
I look at you all see the love there that's sleeping.
Am          G          D        E
While my guitar gently weeps.
Am          Am7        Am6        Fmaj7
Look at you all.
Am          G          C        E
Still my guitar gently weeps.

Outtro:  Repeat 2 and fade on last line
  
                    Am   Am7   Am6   Fmaj7   Am   G   D   E

                    Am   Am7   Am6   Fmaj7   Am   G   C   E

Chords:
    A: 0 0 2 2 2 0       Am6: x 0 2 2 1 2         F#m: 2 4 4 2 2 2
Amaj7: x 0 2 1 2 0        Bm: x 2 4 4 3 2       Fmaj7: x x 3 2 1 0
   Am: x 0 2 2 1 0         C: 0 3 2 0 1 0           G: 3 2 0 0 0 3
 Am/G: 3 0 2 2 1 0         D: x 0 0 2 3 2



8. Happiness Is a Warm Gun (Lennon/McCartney)

      Am7   Am6      Emadd9       Em
She's not a girl who misses much.
Am7               Am6   Emadd9   Em
  Do-do-do-do-do-do.     Oh,     yeah.

Dm
  She's well acquainted with the touch of the velvet hand,
                   Am
Like a lizard on a window pane.
    Dm                                                      Am
The man in the crowd, with the multicoloured mirrors on his hobnail boots.
Dm                                                    Am
Lying with his eyes, while his hands are busy working overtime.
Dm                                                              Am
 A soap impression of his wife, which he ate and donated to the National Trust.

Break:  A7  /  /  /  /  /  /  C  /  A7  /

A7
I need a fix, 'cause I'm going down. Down to the bits that I left Uptown.
C                       A7 nc
I need a fix 'cause I'm going down.

A7               C              A7               G7
Mother Superior, jump the gun.  Mother Superior, jump the gun.
A7               C              A7               G7
Mother Superior, jump the gun.  Mother Superior, jump the gun.
A7               C              A7               G7
Mother Superior, jump the gun.  Mother Superior, jump the gun.

C        Am        F                G            C
    Happiness is a warm gun. (Bang, bang, shoot, shoot)
     Am        F           G            C
Happiness is a warm gun, Mama.
                    (Bang, bang, shoot, shoot)
       Am        F       G
When I hold you,   in my arms,
C       Am      F         G              C
  And I feel my finger on your trigger.
  Am     F              G         C
I know nobody can do me no harm.  Because,

      Am         F           G            C
(Happiness) is a warm gun, Mama.
                      (Bang, bang, shoot, shoot)
     Am        F                G
Happiness is a warm gun, yes it is.
(Happiness,           bang,     bang, shoot)
Fm nc                                  C
Happiness is a warm, yes it is,    gun.
(Shoot)
      Am   F       G
                   Well, don't you know that,
(Happiness,  bang, bang, shoot, shoot)
C            Am        F         G    G7   C nc
Happiness         is a warm gun, Mama.
(Shoot, happiness,          is a warm gun, yeah.)

Chord:  Emadd9: 022002



9. Martha My Dear (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Eb    D Gm Gm7 C7  F    Bb  Ab  Bb7  Ab  Bb7  Ab  Bb Bb7

Eb                       D        Gm      Gm7   C7     F                Bb 
Martha my dear, though I spend my days in conversation please, remember me.
Ab         Bb7   Ab           Bb7  Ab        Bb  Bb7
Martha, my love, don't forget me,  Martha my dear.

Dm7                    Bb6         F
Hold your head up, you silly girl, look what you've done.
         Csus4                C
When you find yourself in the thick of it,
Csus4              C              A7   Dm7              Bb6
Help yourself to a bit of what is all around you, silly girl.

       Dm7        G9
Take a good look around you,
       Dm7              G9                 Bb7
Take a good look you're bound to see, that you and me,
     Ab                    Dm7          Bb6        Eb
Were meant to be, for each other, silly girl.

Break:  Eb    D Gm Gm7 C7  F    Bb  Ab  Bb7  Ab  Bb7  Ab  Bb Bb7

Dm7                     Bb6         F
Hold your hand out, you silly girl, see what you've done.
         Csus4                C
When you find yourself in the thick of it,
Csus4              C              A7   Dm7              Bb6        Eb Bb7 Eb
Help yourself to a bit of what is all around you, silly girl. 

Eb                        D      Gm      Gm7  C7     F                  Bb
Martha, my dear, you have always been my inspiration please, be good to me.
Ab        Bb7   Ab           Bb7  Ab         Bb  Bb7
Martha my love, don't forget me,  Martha, my dear.

Outtro:  Eb Bb7 Ab Db Eb



10. I’m So Tired (Lennon/McCartney)

    A  Ab       D               E7        A  F#m
I'm so tired, I haven't slept a wink, I'm so tired,
   D6             E7
My mind is on the blink.
  A               E+         F#m          Dm
I wonder should I get up and fix myself a drink. No, no, no.

    A  Ab       D                  E7      A  F#m
I'm so tired, I don't know what to do, I'm so tired,
   D6             E7
My mind is set on you.
  A               E+              F#m                 Dm
I wonder should I call you, but I know what you would do.

A
You'd say that I'm putting you on. But it's no joke, it's doing me harm.
           E
You know I can't sleep, I can't stop my brain.

You know it's three weeks, I'm going insane.
             D                                                  A nc
You know I'd give you everything I've got for a little peace of mind.

    A  Ab         D            E7     A      F#m
I'm so tired, I'm feeling so upset. Although I'm so tired,
D6                E7
I'll have another cigarette.
    A                E+              F#m           Dm
And curse Sir Walter Raleigh, he was such a stupid get.

A
You'd say that I'm putting you on. But it's no joke, it's doing me harm.
           E
You know I can't sleep, I can't stop my brain.

You know it's three weeks, I'm going insane.
             D                                                  A nc
You know I'd give you everything I've got for a little peace of mind.
    D                                                  A nc
I'd give you everything I've got for a little peace of mind.
    D                                                  A nc
I'd give you everything I've got for a little peace of mind.



11. Blackbird (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro: G  Am7  G  /

G         Am             G  
Blackbird singing in the dead of night,
C6         A7     D7        D#dim    Em    G+
Take these broken wings and learn to fly.
D   A9   C   Cm
All your life,
G             A7               D7         G     C  G  A7    D7sus4  G
You were only waiting for this moment to arise.

G         Am             G
Blackbird singing in the dead of night,
C6         A7     D        D#dim    Em    G+
Take these sunken eyes and learn to see
D   A9   C   Cm
All your life,
G             A7               D7           G
You were only waiting for this moment to be free.

F   C   Dm   C   Bb6     C     F   C   Dm   C   Bb6
Black - bird,    fly.          Black - bird,    fly.     
A7       Dm           Dm7        G   Am7   G
Into the light of the dark black night.

Break:  G      C  A7  D7 B7 Em    G+    Bm  A7  C    Cm

        G    A7    D7sus4    G

F   C   Dm   C   Bb6     C     F   C   Dm   C   Bb6
Black - bird,    fly.          Black - bird,    fly.     
A7       Dm           Dm7        G   Am7   G /      /       /       /
Into the light of the dark black night.

Break:  G  Am7  G  C  G  A  D7

G         Am             G  
Blackbird singing in the dead of night,
C6         A7     D7        D#dim    Em    G+
Take these broken wings and learn to fly.
D   A9   C   Cm
All your life,
G             A7               D7         G
You were only waiting for this moment to arise.
C        G    A7               D7         G
You were only waiting for this moment to arise.
C        G    A7               D11    D7  G
You were only waiting for this moment to arise.



12. Piggies (George Harrison)

Intro:  Ab    Eb    Ab    Eb

Ab                Eb             Ab              Eb
Have you seen the little piggies crawilng in the dirt?
Ab              Eb             Fm              Bb7
And for all the little piggies life is getting worse,
Fm            Bb7     Eb
Always having dirt to play around in.

Break:  Ab    Eb    Ab    Eb

Ab                Eb             Ab                      Eb
Have you seen the bigger piggies in their starched white shirts?
Ab                Eb             Fm              Bb7
You will find the bigger piggies stirring up the dirt,
Fm                Bb7       Eb
Always have clean shirts to play around in.

Break:  Ab    Eb    Ab    C7

Bbm                 C7
In their sties with all their backing,
Db         Ab        Eb             /
They don't care what goes on around.
Bbm                   C7
In their eyes there's something lacking,
Db                 Eb             /
What they need's a damn good whacking.

Break:  Ab   Eb   Ab   Eb   Ab   Eb

        Fm   Bb7   Fm   Bb7   Eb   /

        Ab   Eb   Ab   Eb

Ab                 Eb              Ab           Eb
Everywhere there's lots of piggies living piggy lives.
Ab               Eb             Fm               Bb7
You can see them out for dinner with their piggy wives,
Fm                  Bb7       Eb
Clutching forks and knives to eat their bacon.

Outtro:  Ab   Eb   Abm   Eb   Abm   Eb   Bb7   Eb nc
             /        A      E nc          
         One more time.



13. Rocky Raccoon (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Am7

Now somewhere in the black mountain hills of Dakota,
                              Dsus4    D
There lived a young boy named Rocky Raccoon(na).
G7                 G                   C
   And one day his woman ran off with another guy,
C/B                    Am7
Hit young Rocky in the eye. Rocky didn't like that,
            Dsus4               D         G7
He said I'm gonna get that boy.   So, one day he walked into town,
                             C              C/B
Booked himself a room in the local saloon.

Am7                    Dsus4    D     G7                    C    C/B
Rocky Raccoon, checked into his room, only to find Gideon's Bible.
Am7              Dsus4          D       G7                        C    C/B
Rocky had come, equipped with a gun, to shoot off the legs of his rival.
    Am7                 Dsus4      D          G7                       C  C/B
His rival it seems, had broken his dreams, by stealing the girl of his fancy.
    Am7                      Dsus4          D        G7                   C    C/B
Her name was Magill, and she called herself Lil, but everyone knew her as Nancy.
    Am7                  Dsus4          D         G7                      C    C/B
Now she and her man, who called himself Dan, were in the next room at the hoe-down.
Am7                 Dsus4      D             G7                   C    C/B
Rocky burst in, and grinning a grin, he said Danny boy, this is a showdown.
    Am7                Dsus4          D         G7                     C    C/B
But Daniel was hot, he drew first and shot, and Rocky collapsed in the corner. Ah,

Am7                      Dsus4             D      G7                            C    C/B
D'da d'da d'da da da da. D'da d'da d'da da da da. D'da d'da d'da da d'da d'da d'da d'da.
Am7               Dsus4         D     G7                   C    C/B
Do do do do do do. D'do d'do d'do do do do. D'do d'do d'do do do do.
Am7                    Dsus4    D     G7                   C    C/B
D'do d'do d'do do do d'do d'do d'do d'do. Do do do do do do.

        Am7             Dsus4       D        G7                      C    C/B
Now the doctor came in, stinking of gin, and proceeded to lie on the table.
        Am7                                        Dsus4           D
He said Rocky, you met your match, and Rocky said, Doc it's only a scratch.
            G7                                           C    C/B
And I'll be better, I'll be better, Doc, as soon as I am able.
         Am7                    Dsus4       D     G7                    C    C/B
And now, Rocky Raccoon, he fell back in his room, only to find Gideon's Bible.
Am7                        Dsus4      D         G7                            C    C/B
Gideon checked out, and he left it no doubt, to help with good Rocky's revival.       Ah,

Oh yeah, yeah.

Am7                      Dsus4             D
D'do d'do d'do do do do. D'do d'do d'do do do do.
G7                               C    C/B
D'do d'do d'do do do d'do d'do d'do d'do. 
Am7                Dsus4             D                          G7
Do do do do do do. D'do d'do d'do do do do. Come on, Rocky boy. D'do d'do d'do do do do.
                                                     C    C/B
Come on, Rocky boy. D'do d'do d'do do do d'do d'do d'do d'do.

And that’s the story of Rocky Raccoon.



14. Don't Pass Me By (Richard Starkey)

Intro:  C    /    /    /    /

  C
I listen for your footsteps, coming up the drive.
F
Listen for your footsteps, but they don't arrive.
G
Waiting for your knock, dear, on my old front door.
        F                                           C
I don't hear it, does it mean you don't love me any more?

  C
I hear the clock a'ticking, on the mantel shelf.
F
See the hands a'moving, but I'm by myself.
  G
I wonder where you are tonight, and why I'm by myself.
        F                                           C
I don't see you, does it mean you don't love me any more?

              C
Don't pass me by, don't make me cry, don't make me blue.
                F
'Cause you know darling, I love only you.
             C
You'll never know it hurt me so, how I hate to see you go.
              G                            F                   C
Don't pass me by,            don't make me cry.

    C
I'm sorry that I doubted you, I was so unfair.
F
You were in a car crash, and you lost your hair.
    G
You said that you would be late, about an hour or two.
       F                                                            C
I said that's all right I'm waiting here, just waiting to hear from you.

              C
Don't pass me by, don't make me cry, don't make me blue.
                F
'Cause you know darling, I love only you.
             C
You'll never know it hurt me so, how I hate to see you go.
              G                            F
Don't pass me by,            don't make me cry.
C                          G nc                     C
      1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

              C
Don't pass me by, don't make me cry, don't make me blue.
                F
'Cause you know darling, I love only you.
             C
You'll never know it hurt me so, how I hate to see you go.
              G                            F
Don't pass me by,            don't make me cry.

Outtro:  C                F        G        F C C



15. Why Don’t We Do It in the Road (Lennon/McCartney)

                             D7
Why don't we do it in the road?

Why don't we do it in the road?
                             G7
Why don't we do it in the road?
                             D7
Why don't we do it in the road?
A7
No-one will be watching us,
G7                           D7            nc
Why don't we do it in the road?

                             D7
Why don't we do it in the road?

Why don't we do it in the road?
                             G7
Why don't we do it in the road?
                             D7
Why don't we do it in the road?
A7
No-one will be watching us,
G7                           D7            nc
Why don't we do it in the road?

                            D7
Why don't we do it in the road?

Why don't we do it in the road?
                                    G7
Why don't we do it, do it in the road?
                             D7
Why don't we do it in the road?
A7
No-one will be watching us,
G7 nc                           D7 nc
Why don't we do it in the road?



16. I Will (Lennon/McCartney)

    F         Dm        Gm        C7       F      Dm       Am
Who knows how long I've loved you?     You know I love you still.
F7     Bb     C7     Dm       F         Bb      C7    F    Dm   Gm7   C7
Will I wait a lonely lifetime?   If you want me to, I will.

    F    Dm   Gm      C7    F      Dm         Am
For if I ever saw you,    I didn't catch your name.
F7     Bb    C7     Dm       F        Bb     C        F    F7
But it never really mattered,  I will always feel the same.

Bb          Am   Dm           Gm7           C7     F     F7
Love you forever and forever, love you with all my heart.
Bb           Am   Dm              G7                   C7
Love you whenever we're together, love you when we're apart.

    F       Dm     Gm       C7     F         Dm       Am
And when at last I find you,  your song will fill the air.
F7      Bb      C7    Dm   Bbm F nc
Sing it loud so I can hear you.
        Bb   C7    Dm   Bbm F nc
Make it easy to be near you.
        Bb         C7   Dm   Bbm Dm Dm6  Gm7     C7     Db
For the things you do endear you to me.  Oh, you know I will.
  F    F7
I will.

Outtro:  Bb     Am     Dm     Gm          F  C7  F nc
         Mm,           mm.    Da da da da da da  da.



17. Julia (Lennon/McCartney)

D              Bm7           F#m
Half of what I say is meaningless.
D             Bm7                F#m  A     D
But, I say it just to reach you, Ju   –  li–a.

        Bm      Am7     Am9     B7           G7add9   Gm
Ju – li–a,      Ju – li-a,      ocean child, calls    me.
D            Bm7             F#m  A     D
So, I sing a song of love,   Ju   –  li–a.

        Bm      Am7      Am9      B7           G7add9   Gm
Ju – li–a,      seashell eyes.    Windy smile, calls    me.
D            Bm7             F#m  A     D
So, I sing a song of love,   Ju   –  li–a.

C#m                           D              Bm7         Bm6
  Her hair of floating sky is shimmering,    glimmering,
F#m       F#m6    F#m+5    F#m
In   the  sun.

D       Bm      Am7     Am9     B7            G7add9   Gm
Ju – li–a,      Ju – li-a,      morning moon, touch    me.
D            Bm7             F#m  A     D
So, I sing a song of love,   Ju   –  li–a.

              Bm7             F#m
When I cannot sing my heart,
D          Bm7            F#m  A     D
I can only speak my mind, Ju   –  li–a.

        Bm      Am7      Am9      B7            G7add9   Gm
Ju – li–a,      sleeping sand.    Silent cloud, touch    me.
D            Bm7             F#m  A     D
So, I sing a song of love,   Ju   –  li–a.

Bm    Am7   Am9   B7        G7add9   Gm
      Mmmmm Mmmmmm.         Calls    me.
D            Bm7               F#m     D   F#m     D
So, I sing a song of love, for Ju – li–a,  Ju – li–a.
F#m    A       Dmaj7 nc
Ju     –    li–a.



The Beatles - The White Album – Disk 2 (1968)

1. Birthday (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  A7    /    /    /    D7    /    A7    /    E7    /    A7    /

A7       /                        /           /
     You say it's your birthday,         it's my birthday too, yeah.
D7       /                        A7           /
    They say it's your birthday,         we're gonna have a good time.
E7       /                        A7           /
     I'm glad it's your birthday,        Happy Birthday to you.

Break:  (drums) nc for 8 bars    then    E    /

E                      /             /                      /
  Yes we're going to a party, party.   Yes we're going to a party, party.
E                      /
  Yes we're going to a party, party.
C          G7                  C                 G7
   I would like you to dance. (Birthday)  Take a cha -cha -cha chance.
 C                  G7                  C              G      E      E7
(Birthday)  I would like you to dance. (Birthday) Ooo, dance!

Break:  A7    /    /    /    D7    /    A7    /    E7    /    A7    /

        D7    A7    E7

C          G7                  C                 G7
   I would like you to dance. (Birthday)  Take a cha -cha -cha chance.
 C                  G7                  C              G      E      E7
(Birthday)  I would like you to dance. (Birthday) Ooo, dance!

A7       /                        /           /
     You say it's your birthday,         it's my birthday too, yeah.
D7       /                        A7           /
    They say it's your birthday,         we're gonna have a good time.
E7       /                        A7           A              /   /   nc
     I'm glad it's your birthday,        Happy Birthday to you.



2. Yer Blues (Lennon/McCartney)

                        E                             A               E
(Two, three.)  Yes, I'm lonely,   wanna die. Yes, I'm lonely,   wanna die.
     G                   B7 nc                                 E   A   E   B7
If I ain't dead already, Ooh,         girl you know the reason why.

       E                            A                E
In the morning,   wanna die. In the evening,   wanna die.
     G                   B7 nc                                 E   A   E   B7
If I ain't dead already, Ooh,         girl you know the reason why.

   E nc                  A E nc                           A E nc
My mother was of the sky,      my father was of the earth.
   (E)
But I am of the universe,       and you know what it's worth.

A                   E     
I'm lonely,   wanna die.  
     G                   B7 nc                                 E   A   E   B7
If I ain't dead already, Ooh,         girl you know the reason why.

    E nc               A E nc                           A E nc
The eagle picks my eye,      the worm he licks my bones.
 (E)
I feel so suicidal,      just like Dylan's Mr. Jones.
A               E     
Lonely,   wanna die.
     G                   B7 nc                                 E   A   E   B7
If I ain't dead already, Ooh,         girl you know the reason why.

E nc                        A E nc                          A E nc
Black cloud crossed my mind,        blue mist round my soul.
                            E
Feel so suicidal,      even hate my rock and roll.

A                        E     
Wanna die,   yeah, wanna die.
     G                   B7                            E   A   E   B7
If I ain't dead already, Ooh, girl you know the reason why.

Break:  E  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

        A  /  /  /  E  /  /  /  G  B7     E  A  E  B7

        E  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

        A  /  /  /  E  /  /  /  G  B7

Outtro:  Repeat and fade

         E    /    A    /    E    G    B7 nc        E  A  E  B7



3. Mother Nature’s Son (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Repeat 2    D   Dsus4   Dadd9   D

D      Dsus4      Dadd9   D    Bm     D6add9   E
Born a poor young country boy, Mother Nature's son.
A       A7       A               A7             D   Dm   G   D   /   Dm   G   D
All day long I'm sitting singing songs for everyone.

D   Dsus4    Dadd9    D       Bm      D6add9  E
Sit beside a mountain stream, see her waters  rise.
A      A7     A               A7           D   Dm   G   D
Listen to the pretty sound of music as she flies.

                  G           D
Do do do do do do do do do do do.
            G           D   Dmaj7  D7
Do do do do do do do do do.
                  G     Gm     D
Do do do do do do do do.

D       Dsus4 Dadd9    D      Bm     D6add9   E
Find me in my field of grass, Mother Nature's son.
A       A7      A           A7               D   Dm   G   D
Swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun.

                  G           D
Do do do do do do do do do do do.
            G           D   Dmaj7  D7
Do do do do do do do do do.
                  G     Gm           D
Do do do do do do do do.   Yeah yeah yeah.

Break:  D    Dsus4    Dadd9    D    Bm    D6add9    E

        A    A7    A    A7    D   Dm   G   D

Outtro:  D   Dm  G               D nc
         Oh,     Mother Nature's son.

D:      xx0232
Dsus4:  xx0233
Dadd9:  xx0430
Bm:     224432
D6add9: 222232
E:      022100
A:      002220
A7:     002020
Dm:     xx0231
G:      320003
Dmaj7:  xx0222
D7:     xx0212
Gm:     355333



4. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  E   A   E   A   E   A   E   A

E
Come on, come on,   come on, come on. 

Come on is such a joy, come on is such a joy.
 
Come on is take it easy, come on is take it easy.
        A                  D
Take it easy,      take it easy.
     B7
Everybody's got something to hide,
                     A    D7    G        E   G   D
Except for me and my monkey.

    E
The deeper you go,   the higher you fly.

The higher you fly, the deeper you go.

So, come on,   come on.

Come on is such a joy, come on is such a joy.

Come on is make it easy, come on is make it easy.
        A                  D
Take it easy,      take it easy.
     B7
Everybody's got something to hide,
                     A    D7    G        E   G   D
Except for me and my monkey.

     E
Your inside is out, and your outside is in.

Your outside is in, and your inside is out.

So, come on,   come on.

Come on is such a joy, come on is such a joy.

Come on is make it easy, come on is make it easy.

        A                  D
Take it easy,      take it easy.
     B7
Everybody's got something to hide,
                     A    D7    G        E   G   D
Except for me and my monkey.

                                /   /   D  C#m D  C#m D  C#m D  C#m D  C#m D
C'mon c'mon c'mon c'mon c'mon c'mon.

Outtro:  Repeat and fade

         E
         C'mon c'mon. (ad lib)



5. Sexy Sadie (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro: D  C  D  G  F#  F  D7

G      F#     Bm                     C            D7           G    F#
  Sexy Sadie,    what have you done?   You made a fool of everyone.
C            D            G    F#      F          D7            G
  You made a fool of everyone.    Sexy Sadie, oh, what have you done?
     F#     Bm                   C             D7              G    F#
Sexy Sadie, you broke the rules.   You laid it down for all to see.
C             D               G    F#      F          D7            G
  You laid it down for all to see.    Sexy Sadie, oh, you broke the rules.

                  Am7                     Bm            C
One sunny day the world was waiting for a lover.
G                 Am7          Bm            C
She came along to turn on everyone.
     Am         Ab               G
Sexy Sadie, the greatest of them all.

     F#     Bm                C               D7               G          F#
Sexy Sadie, how did you know,   the world was waiting just for you?
C               D                G    F#      F          D7          G
  The world was waiting just for you.    Sexy Sadie, oh, how did you know?
     F#     Bm                    C                           D7       G       F#
Sexy Sadie, you'll get yours yet.   However big you think you are.
C         D                 G    F#      F          D7               G
  However big you think you are.    Sexy Sadie, oh, you'll get yours yet.

                          Am7                       Bm            C
We gave you everything we owned just to sit at your table.
G                    Am7          Bm            C
  Just a smile would lighten everything.
     Am               Ab                              G
Sexy Sadie, she's the latest and the greatest of them all.

Break:  F#  Bm  /  C  D7  G  F#7

C            D7           G    F#    F    D7
  She made a fool of everyone.

Break:  G  F#  Bm  /  C  D7  G  F#7

C         D7                G    F#    F    D7
  However big you think you are.

Outtro:  Fade    G  F#  Bm  /  C  D7  G  F#7  C  D7  G



6. Helter Skelter (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  E7    /

E7                                                    E6
When I get to the bottom, I go back to the top of the slide.
                                      C
Where I stop and turn, and I go for a ride.
                                         G                 E7
Till I get to the bottom, and I see you again. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

     E7
Now, do you, don't you, want me to love you?
    E7
I'm coming down fast, but I'm miles above you.
                                   G
Tell me, tell me, tell me, come on tell me the answer.
          A nc                                    E7
Well, you may be a lover, but you ain't no dancer.

     A                  E7                 A                  E7 nc          E7
Now, helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Yeah, hu, hu.

     E7
Now, will you, won't you, want me to make you?
    E7
I'm coming down fast, but don't let me break you!
G
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer.
    A nc                                    E7
You may be a lover, but you ain't no dancer.   Look out!

A                  E7                 A                  E7 nc
Helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Yeah.
          E7
Look out! Cause here she comes.

Break:  A      E7      A      E7 nc

       E7                                             E6
When I get to the bottom, I go back to the top of the slide.
                                      C
Where I stop and turn, and I go for a ride.
                                         G                 E7
Till I get to the bottom, and I see you again. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

     E7
But, do you, won't you, want me to make you?
    E7
I'm coming down faster, don't let me break you.
G
Tell me, tell me, tell me your answer.
    A nc                                    E7
You may be a lover, but you ain't no dancer.   Look out!

     A                  E7                 A                  E7 nc
Now, helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Helter skelter.    Yeah.  Well, look out!
E7
Helter skelter.  She's coming down fast!  Yes she is,  yes she is. Coming down fast.

Outtro:  Repeat E7 for ever (nearly) then nc
                                              (I’ve got blisters on my fingers!)



7. Long, Long, Long (George Harrison)

Intro:  Gm      Bb      Gm      F      C

            Bb    Am    Gm   F   Bb   F
It's been a long, long, long time.
C                     Gm          F    C
How could I ever have lost you,
Gm         F     C    C7    /
    When I loved you?

          Bb    Am    Gm   F   Bb   F
It took a long, long, long time.
C                  Gm          F    C
Now I'm so happy I found you.
Gm        F    C    /    /    /
    How I love you.

Bb        F           C        Gm    /    /    /
  So many tears I was searching.
Bb        F           C   Gm   Bb   C      nc
  So many tears I was wasting. Oh,  oh.

          Bb  Am    Gm  F   Bb   F
Now I can see you,  be  you.
C                 Gm          F    C
How can I ever misplace you?
Gm        F    C
    How I want you.

Outtro:  

Gm        F    C
    Oh, I love you.
Gm                  F         C
    You know that I need you.
Gm        F    C
    Oh, I love you.



8. Revolution 1 (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  A   /   /   /   /   /   /   E7   /

    A                                    D                               A
You say you want a revolution. Well, you know, we all want to change the world.
                                           D                               E7
You tell me that it's evolution. Well, you know, we all want to change the world.
Bm                         E
But when you talk about destruction,
Bm                          G     A  F#       E
Don't you know that you can count me out. (in)

                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D       E7
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.

    A                                      D                              A
You say you got a real solution. Well, you know, we'd all love to see the plan.
                                         D                             E7
You ask me for a contribution. Well, you know, we're all doing what we can.

Bm                                    E
But if you want money for people with minds that hate,
Bm                                G    A  F#     E
All I can tell you is brother you have to wait.

                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D        E7
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.

    A                                             D                                  A
You say you'll change the constitution. Well, you know, we'd all love to change your head.
                                            D                                 E7
You tell me it's the institution. Well, you know, you better free your mind instead.

Bm                                 E
But if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao,
Bm                              G   A  F#     E
You ain't gonna make it with anyone anyhow.

                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.
                          A         D        E7
Don't you know it's gonna be,   all right.

Outtro:  Repeat and fade    

         A                 D                     A                     D
            All right, all right. All right, all right. All right, all right.



9. Honey Pie (Lennon/McCartney)

Em    A     C             Cm               G
  She was a working girl, North of England way.
Em         A       C         Cm         G
Now, she's hit the big time, in the U.S.A.
A7                             D7   C  D7   C   D7
And if she could only hear me, this is what I’d say:

G                              Eb
Honey Pie,   you are making me crazy.
E                     A7
  I'm in love but I'm lazy.
D7                          G    Eb  D7
  So, won't you please come home.
    G                           Eb
Oh, Honey Pie,   my position is tragic.
E                      A7
  Come and show me the magic,
D7                  G       F#   F
  Of your Hollywood song.

Em           F#m7          G
You became a legend of the silver screen.
G7  Dm7 G7  C
And now the thought of meeting you,
E7                   Am     D7 C  D7 nc
Makes me weak in the knees. T- t- tee.

    G                               Eb
Oh, Honey Pie,   you are driving me frantic.
E                   A7      D7                 G
  Sail across the Atlantic,  to be where you belong.
      Eb7       D7      G
Honey Pie, come back to me.   Oo.

Break:  Eb7   E9   A9  A7 D9

G                Eb9   D9     G                                        Eb7
  I like it like that. Ooh ah,     I like-a this kind of, hot kinds of music.
E7                 A7             D7                      G       F#m7   F
Hot kind of music, play it to me. Play it to me Hollywood blues.

Em                 F#m7           G
Will the wind that blew her boat across the sea,
G7 Dm7 G7 C               E7              Am  D7 C  D7
          Kindly send her sailing back to me? T- t- tee. nc

     G                              Eb
Now, Honey Pie,   you are making me crazy.
E                     A7
  I'm in love but I'm lazy.
D7                          G                        Eb7       D7
  So, won't you please come home. Come, come back to me, Honey Pie.

Outtro:     G               Eb7      E7           A7
         Ha    ha  ha. Oo.      Ah.     Oo   oo.  Ah.

         D7      A7   Am7  G Am7 G   Eb7  D7  G nc
           Honey Pie, come back.



10. Savoy Truffle (George Harrison)

Intro:  E7

nc         E7
Cream Tangerine and Montelimar.
F#                                  A
    A Ginger Sling with a pineapple heart.
G                                             B
    A Coffee Dessert, yes, you know it's good news.
            Em                C/E        Em6           C/E   C        G     nc
But, you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.

E7         nc          E7
           Cool Cherry Cream, nice Apple Tart.
F#                                        A
    I feel your taste all the time we're apart.
G                                         B
    Coconut Fudge really blows down those blues.
            Em                C/E        Em6           C/E   C        G     nc
But, you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.

Em                         A
  You might not feel it now.
             Asus4     A                     G        B
But when the pain cuts through, you're gonna know and how.
    Em                           A
The sweat is gonna fill your head.
          Asus4     A            G      B
When it becomes too much, you'll shout aloud.

Break:  E7   /   /   /   F#   /   A   /   G   /   B

            Em                C/E        Em6           C/E   C        G     nc
But, you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.

    Em                    A
You know what you eat you are.
            Asus4  A          G   B
But what is sweet  now, turns so  sour.
   Em                    A
We all know Ob-la-di-bla-da.
            Asus4  A        G    B
But can you show   me where you  are?

E7
Cream Tangerine and Montelimar.
F#                                  A
    A Ginger Sling with a pineapple heart.
G                                             B
    A Coffee Dessert, yes, you know it's good news.
            Em                C/E        Em6           C/E   C        G     nc
But, you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.
            Em                C/E        Em6           C/E   C        G     nc
Yes, you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.

Chords:  C/E: 032010    C: X32010    C/G: 332010



11. Cry Baby Cry (Lennon/McCartney)

G          Am     F                      G           Em                 A      F
Cry, Baby, cry.     Make your mother sigh.     She’s old enough to know better.

    Em      EmMaj7              Em7              Em6               C7     G
The King of Marigold was in the kitchen, cooking breakfast for the Queen.
    Em               EmMaj7          Em7            Em6             C7
The Queen was in the parlour playing piano, for the children of the King.

G          Am     F                      G
Cry, Baby, cry.     Make your mother sigh.
      Em                 A7         F             G
She’s old enough to know better. So cry, Baby, cry.

    Em              EmMaj7         Em7            Em6                C7     G
The King was in the garden picking flowers, for a friend who came to play.
    Em               EmMaj7            Em7               Em6            C7
The Queen was in the playroom painting pictures, for the children’s holiday.

G          Am     F                      G
Cry, Baby, cry.     Make your mother sigh.
      Em                 A7         F             G
She’s old enough to know better. So cry, Baby, cry.

    Em         EmMaj7          Em7            Em6             C7     G
The Duchess of Kircaldy always smiling, and arriving late for tea.
    Em              EmMaj7          Em7             Em6            C7
The Duke was having problems with a message, at the local Bird and Bee.

G          Am     F                      G
Cry, Baby, cry.     Make your mother sigh.
      Em                 A7         F             G
She’s old enough to know better. So cry, Baby, cry.

   Em                EmMaj7            Em7          Em6           C7     G
At twelve o'clock, a meeting round the table, for a seance in the dark.
     Em            EmMaj7         Em7               Em6            C7
With voices out of nowhere put on specially, by the children for a lark.

G          Am     F                      G
Cry, Baby, cry.     Make your mother sigh.
      Em                 A7         F             G
She’s old enough to know better. So cry, Baby, cry.
          Am      F                      G
Cry, cry, Baby.     Make your mother sigh.
      Em                 A7         F             G           Am
She’s old enough to know better. So cry, Baby, cry, cry, cry, cry.
F                      G        Em                 A7
  Make your mother sigh.  She’s old enough to know better.
   F             Em nc
So cry, Baby, cry.

Outtro:  Fm
         Can you take me back where I came from? Can you take me back?
         Can you take me back where I came from? Brother, can you take me back?
         Can you take me back?
         Oh, can you take me where I came from? Can you take me back?

Chords:  EmMaj7:  021000



12. Good Night (Lennon/McCartney)

Intro:  Gmaj7  C/G  Gmaj7  C/G  G  Am/G  G  Am/G  G  Bm7  Am7  D7

G         Bm7     Am7      Am/G      
Now, it's time to say good night,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7      
Good night, sleep tight.
G        Bm7       Am7     Am/G      
Now, the sun turns out his light,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7
Good night, sleep tight.
Gmaj7       D7/G       Gmaj7     D7/G
Dream sweet dreams for me.
G           C/G        G      C/G
Dream sweet dreams for you. 

G          Bm7      Am7        Am/G      
Close your eyes and I'll close mine,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7      
Good night, sleep tight.
G        Bm7    Am7     Am/G      
Now, the moon begins to shine,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7
Good night, sleep tight.
Gmaj7       D7/G       Gmaj7     D7/G
Dream sweet dreams for me.
G           C/G        G      C/G
Dream sweet dreams for you. 

Break:  G    Am7    A7    Dm7    G7    C/G    D    Am D7
        Mm,         mm,          mm.

G          Bm7      Am7        Am/G      
Close your eyes and I'll close mine,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7      
Good night, sleep tight.
G        Bm7       Am7     Am/G      
Now, the sun turns out his light,
Bm7  Am7    Am/G  D7
Good night, sleep tight.
Gmaj7       D7/G       Gmaj7     D7/G
Dream sweet dreams for me.
G           C/G        G      C/G
Dream sweet dreams for you. 

Outtro:  G    Bm7    Am7    D7          G                  Bm7
                (Whispered) Good night.   Good night, everybody.
         Am7                                  D7         G
         Everybody, everywhere,     good night.

Chords:  Am7/G: 302010  C/G: 332010  D7/G: 300012
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