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Artist: The Beatles
Song: When I'm Sixty-Four
Album: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Date: February 11th, 2006
Format: Chords

These chords will work for piano and/or guitar, but keep in mind that a bit of
improvising and "chord rolling" will need to be done to sound like the recording.
For guitarists and simple piano players, remember that the bassline is handled by
the piano player's left hand, so you 
may need to compensate for that.

Bb						 F7
When I get older, losing my hair,many years from now.
F7 (continuous)
Will you still be sending me a valentine?
			     Bb
Birthday greetings, bottle of wine.
Bb 
If I'd been out till quarter to three
Bb7                Eb
Would you lock the door?
		  Gb7   Bb                G7
Will you still need me, will you still feed me,
C7       F7    Bb
When I'm sixty-four?

(Instrumental Tacet:Gm Eb F Gm)

Gm              D Gm D D7  (Gm D D7 Gm)
You'll be older too______
Gm         Cm
And if you say the word,
Eb      F    F9   Bb
I could stay with you.

            
            
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dasfonzie 20 Jun 18, 2006 08:44 AM

This is wrong, from what I can hear it's in the key of c#.

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BobaloC 143 Feb 17, 2008 12:52 AM

rubbish sorry but i hadn't even got to the end before i just had to give up :(

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