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Yesterday – The Beatles

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“Yesterday” by the Beatles, an acoustic cover performed by Mike Massé and Jeff Hall on 1/5/09, at the Pie Pizzeria in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Yesterday – The Beatles Chords/Lyrics

(John Lennon/Paul McCartney)

Note: The song was originally played in G with Paul’s guitar tuned down a whole step (so the actual pitch was F).
So you can transpose each chord up one whole step and tune the guitar down, and it’ll be 100% accurate.
Or just play it in F, which is more practical in most instances.

Yesterday
Beatles
Key: F

F        Em7       A7                 Dm          Dm/C
Yesterday   all my troubles seemed so far away
Bb     C7                    Bb      F        Dm7  G7      Bb    F
Now it looks as though we're here to stay, oh I believe in yesterday

F       Em7       A7             Dm           Dm/C
Suddenly  I'm not half the man I used to be
Bb        C7             Bb   F      Dm7   G7       Bb    F
there's a shadow hanging over me, oh yesterday came suddenly

Em7 A7  Dm  C  Bb A       Gm       C7       F
Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say
Em7  A7   Dm  C     Bb    A     Gm       C7    F
I    said something wrong now I long for yesterday

F        Em7        A7           Dm           Dm/C
Yesterday  love was such an easy game to play
Bb    C7              Bb    F      Dm7  G7      Bb    F
now I need a place to hide away oh I believe in yesterday

Em7 A7  Dm  C  Bb A       Gm       C7       F
Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say
Em7  A7   Dm  C     Bb    A     Gm       C7    F
I    said something wrong now I long for yesterday

F        Em7        A7           Dm           Dm/C
Yesterday  love was such an easy game to play
Bb    C7              Bb    F      Dm7  G7      Bb    F
now I need a place to hide away oh I believe in yesterday

F/C    G7/B  Bb   F
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