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    Yellow Submarine

    The Beatles


    Guitar tuned down ½ step in original recording.

    Chords in parentheses are played during the 4th beat of the previous chord's measure.

     

               D             (C)        G

    In the town where I was born

    (Em)      Am         (C)       D

    Lived a man who sailed to sea

    (G)       D      (C)     G

    And he told us of his life

    (Em)    Am      (C)     D

      In the land of submarines

     

    (G)       D        (C)     G

    So we sailed up to the sun

    (Em)     Am      (C)      D

    Till we found the sea of green

    (G)       D        (C)             G

    And we lived beneath the waves

    (Em)    Am   (C)      D

    In our yellow submarine

     

    Chorus:

      G                   D

    We all live in a yellow submarine

       D                        G

    Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

    G                      D

    We all live in a yellow submarine

       D                        G

    Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

     

                  D             (C)     G

    And our friends are all on board

    (Em)  Am             (C)           D

    Many more of them live next door

    (G)         D       (C)        G     (Em)     Am      (C)      D

    And the band begins to play

     

    Chorus

     

    (G)     D    (C)      G

    As we live a life of ease

    (Em)   Am              (C)       D

       Everyone of us has all we need

    (G)       D        (C)        G

    Sky of blue and sea of green

    (Em)      Am    (C)    D

       In our yellow submarine

     

    Chorus x2

     

    End on G


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.