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Oh Yoko chords

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Song:  Oh Yoko
Artist:  John Lennon
Album:  Imagine(Remastered)


Tuning: EADGBe

Chords Used
C#/G#    446664
G#7      464544
G#       466544
Bbm      113321
F#       244322





Intro

C#/G#      G#7     Bbm



1st Verse

C#/G#     G#7              Bbm
In the middle of the night...

C#/G#                G#7               Bbm
In the middle of the night I call your name



Chorus

C#/G#      G#          C#/G#    F#   C#/G#
Oh         Yo----------ko.................

C#/G#      G#          Bbm
Oh         Yo----------ko..

 F#                    C#/G#
My love will turn you on......



2nd Verse, 3rd Verse, 4th Verse, 5th Verse

Just repeat chord progression on 1st verse



Harmonica Part
C#/G#     G#   Bbm



Outro w/ harmonica

C#/G#        G#7      Bbm
Ohhhhhhhhhh  Yooooooooko



Cheers


            
            
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misterv 10 May 15, 2009 12:26 AM

good tab. chords are accurate and layout is clear and easy to follow. however the song is much easier to play with a capo on the first fret.

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RiggyOxls 10 Dec 08, 2013 07:01 AM

Just transpose it one semitone down, put the capo on the first and it's perfect! Thanks 5 stars!

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