Artist The Beatles
Album Revolver
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D                          Gbm
Ah, look at all the lonely people
D                          Gbm
Ah, look at all the lonely people


Gbm
Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church
                    D                Gbm
Where a wedding has been, lives in a dream
Gbm
Waits at the window, wearing the face
                               D               Gbm
That she keeps in a jar by the door, who is it for?


Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D                Gbm
Where do they all come from?
Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D             Gbm
Where do they all belong?


Gbm
Father McKenzie, writing the words
                             D                  Gbm
Of a sermon that no one will hear, no one comes near
Gbm
Look at him working, darning his socks
                                 D                   Gbm
In the night when there’s nobody there, what does he care?


Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D                Gbm
Where do they all come from?
Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D             Gbm
Where do they all belong?


D                          Gbm
Ah, look at all the lonely people
D                          Gbm
Ah, look at all the lonely people

Gbm
Eleanor Rigby died in the church
                              D            Gbm
And was buried along with her name, nobody came
Gbm
Father McKenzie, wiping the dirt
                                    D                 Gbm
From his hands as he walks from the grave, no one was saved


Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D                Gbm
Where do they all come from?
Gbm7            Gbdim7   
All the lonely people
      D             Gbm
Where do they all belong?
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Emily

I think it sounds better if when switching between the Em7 and Edim7 you only move the finger on the C string.

the gayest gay

u right

Emilie

omg yes it sounds more like the real song thank you.

BitchSlapped

I love this song so much

Queen Cat

This is such a sad song 😔
But I still love it

Last edited 5 days ago by Queen Cat
Expendonia

I like +3 because I can’t reach all the low notes lol

faithybb

I literally made an entire arrangement for myself and i’ll probably never preform it :(

Expendonia

That’s fitting

faithybb Writing the notes of a song that they’ll never perform
oh how they mourn
all the lost arrangements
where do they all come from?
all the lost arrangements
where do they all belong?

richreuku

hey whats the strumming pattern

egkamp

I just do DDUUDU

Stacey

What’s the best strum pattern for this

Emilie

for me i just use the standard DDUUDU but there might be a better pattern im not sure.

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